The Tears of Autumn - Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

Charles McCarry
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To break Frankie Pigeon without putting a mark on him, Paul selects Stavros Glavanis and Jan Eycken. Paul met Glavanis in Indochina and has used him several times, but never for interrogation. Paul drives them to a Roman villa once used by a Mussolini mistress and the SS. To inspire Glavanis, Paul says that the subject works for communists. They must drive to Calabria, take him from a guarded house, drive him back, and break him within three days. Paul has Eycken drop through a man cover in the garden and closes it. Within five minutes, Eycken is huddling against the wall. The chamber is ten feet in diameter, 15 feet high; the sloping walls are white, reflecting high-intensity lights. The subject is used to being protected, thinks he is dangerous, has never felt vulnerable, and is a hypochondriac. They may use water torture, must not show their faces...

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