The Spy's Wife - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18 Summary

Fatigue consumes Molly on the plane and she takes the chance to sleep. She is awoken by Wallace. Her first sleepy reaction to this disturbance is to wish for something harmful to happen to Sally Anne. Wallace shows genuine happiness over Mrs. Haddigton's positive medical assessment. He explains that he had not expected Molly to come to the flight. Wallace anticipates that that Sam will soon be revealed, and wishes for Molly to deliver the message to him that he would like to talk to him and will get him the best possible press. When Wallace leaves, Sally Anne comes to apologies for the fight. Sally Anne is horrified to learn of her drunken behavior.

Molly's room at the hotel overlooks a small garden. She spots a blue car similar to the one owned by Sam, except that this one possesses a large...

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