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Wilf,under the guise of setting lobster pots,dumps the dead German in deep waters though Lt. Flach is suspicious of the time he spent at sea. Philip and Eugene hide with the Jonases but Eugene is ill and the Dorrs try and persuade him to surrender and be treated as a prisoner-of-war,which he does. Philip,meanwhile,under the alias of Brotherson,is taken on as handyman by his parents. Von Rheingarten begins to have civilized conversations with Felicity,but she is wary as she knows that he is aware of the second spy at large on the island. Bernhardt gives Angelique a present of eggs and visits her father's grave with her whilst Wilf is drafted to serve as the Baron's chauffeur and Kathleen's wheeler-dealer brother Sheldon does deals with the German quarter-master Wimmel. Walker takes a shine to Zelda,unaware that she is Jewish.
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