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The Unlikely Spy Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 63-64 Summary

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Chapters 63-64 Summary

In Chapter 63, it is September of 1944, and Alfred Vicary has been thrown out of MI5. He has gone to his Aunt Matilda's house to live, and returns to his old ways of academia, although he has declined an invitation to return to his old professorship. He spends his days in his garden, reading, and misses MI5 very much. One day he realizes the entire scope of his work at MI5, and calls Boothby, asking him to come visit him in Gloucestershire. Boothby arrives, and as the two men walk along the gardens, Boothby tells Vicary he has guessed the truth.

The upper ranks of MI 5 needed to ensure that no one ever figured out the ruse of the false army in Dover. They devised a clever and intricate plan involving the deep cover German spies, Vogel, and Jordan. The entire purpose was to pit Schellenberg...

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