The Bourne Ultimatum - Chapter 9 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 9 Summary

At the Inn, John St. Jacques strengthens the patrols leading into the place, not realizing that the old French gentleman, already within the very secure compound, is the actual assassin. St. Jacques is owner of the Inn, responsible for running it as a secure place for high-ranking government officials to have privacy on vacation.

Fontaigne and Prefontaigne are seen meeting by accident as Fontaigne is actually out scouting the location of Marie and the children. Prefontaigne, attempting to gather information that will be useful to him for blackmail engages Fontaigne in conversation and asks many questions. Fontaigne takes it as a threat. He believes that Prefontaigne was sent there to kill him after he takes out the Webb family. Prefontaigne goes to the office to change his registration name to Patrick. However, when Fontaigne calls the front desk, he is given the name...

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