Although Yassen had never worked as an agent for an intelligence service, he had general expectations.
His expectations included that such agencies generally provided their undercover operatives with handlers to help them out of situations that had gone wrong.
The reality that rapidly became clear to Yassen was that MI6 had not seen fit to provide Alex with that assistance.
As Yassen was beginning to tell himself constantly, he wasn’t the boy’s caretaker. At the same time, if MI6 wasn’t keeping Alex alive, who else would?
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