Wild Justice - Section 7: Pages 209 - 241 Summary & Analysis

Wilbur Smith
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Section 7: Pages 209 - 241 Summary

They land at Kennedy just after midnight. The next morning, Colin takes him to Kingston Parker, and Peter has difficulty maintaining a degree of civility. Parker outlines the same conclusions that Magda had at Abbot's Yew, telling Peter about a consolidated militant activity. Then he tells Peter that he accepted his resignation to encourage the appearance that he was an embittered outcast, wronged and ripe for subversion by the enemy. Parker gives Peter a bank statement revealing that his salary is still being paid and had been all along, and apologizes for the pretense. He tells Peter that Baron Altmann had actually been one of the top agents of Mossad and convinces him it is true, revealing how much research they have also done into the Baroness. What he hears about her makes him very uneasy.

Peter doesn't reveal...

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