The Spy's Wife - Chapter 19 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 19 Summary

Sam walks ahead Molly, leading her to a quiet area where they may talk. They walk most of the way in silence. They pass a modern street and arrive at a cafe located in a smaller, quieter road. She cannot identify with him at first, until he makes familiar gestures such as running his fingers through his hair. Molly removes her hands from the table to avoid physical contact with Sam.

They discuss Wallace and Sam is scornful at hearing his message. Molly asks about Sally Anne and Sam looks at her, expressing guilt on his face. He apologizes and she says it is not one of her concerns. Sam explains that he slept with Sally Anne merely out of necessity, as he thought her to be watching him. Molly loses her temper and reacts loudly and angrily to the fact that he...

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