The Bourne Ultimatum - Chapter 21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21 Summary

Morris Panov is not dead. He is being held captive in luxurious quarters, and he wonders why he was not killed. He realizes that he has been given drugs to make him talk and that he has most likely told more than he would normally have. His captors are moving him, but he has no idea where or way. His guard, Nicolo, wears a mask, which Panov believes would not prevent him from identifying the man. Using psychology, he begins to make the man nervous about the state of his health. Meanwhile, Louis, the mafia hit man, is talking to a "Park Avenue attorney" and explaining why they need to keep Panov healthy because his head is filled with secrets of the powerful in Washington.

The attorney, however, has uncovered the fact that Louis is gay and uses that against him, observing that...

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