The Spy's Wife - Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 Summary

Molly is awoken at four am from a nightmare, causing her to oversleep the next day. Ivor is forced to make his own breakfast. Wallace arrives and takes her to meet Sally Anne Hibbert at a nearby hotel. Molly shows her distrust of journalists when she sends Wallace out of the hotel room to talk alone with her.

Sally Anne tells Molly of her recent affair with Sam and admits disclosing the information to him that he was wanted. She goes on to explain her association to Wallace, whom she calls "Freddie". When Wallace arrives back, she questions his motives for bringing her here. He explains his wish for a story and Sally Anne's desire either to get near to Sam or to have complete closure. Molly glances at her wedding and engagement rings, which make her smile and then laugh hysterically. After...

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