The Spy's Wife - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15 Summary

The night before Mrs. Haddington's operation, Molly takes Ivor to the pub opposite the hospital for a drink. He says he dreamed that his wife was dead, but they turn the conversation into one which is light-hearted. At home, Ivor takes Danny for a walk, and Molly makes some tea.

When he leaves, Wallace appears the door with Sally Anne Hibbert, who is drunk. She angrily accuses Molly of turning her into the police. Wallace claims that his story and Molly's welfare are inextricably linked. Wallace explains the angle of his story, which exposes the UK as wasting billions of pounds to discover things that the Russians and Americans already know. He says that if she lets him speak to Sam, he will present him in the fairest light possible.

Sally Anne expresses her wishes, not only to see Sam but also to...

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