The Tears of Autumn - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Charles McCarry
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Honey leads Paul home from a bar on Tu Do Street, takes his money, and tries to flirt, but Paul wants just a sister for a few days in a safe house. Before dawn, Paul walks to find Luong's house, identifies himself as a friend, Crawford, and when the family is gone, hands Luong his lost pay. Luong explains that the Lê rule before the Nguyêns, so it is a common surname. Because the Ngos are in mourning, learning a connection to Lê Thu, particularly if opium is involved, will be hard and expensive. Paul and Luong discuss lucky numbers, which are less a force than an "elegance."

Paul is up at dawn next day to bring vital information to the Truong toc's. He knocks long on a garden door before getting the attention of a young woman, who is rude until he hands her a sheet...

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