Clear and Present Danger - Chapter 10, Dry Feet Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 10, Dry Feet Summary

Mark Bright is in the office of the Director of the FBI, Emil Jacobs. He tells the director and Dan Murray the Bureau's expert on international arms and money how they found and decoded the computer disks in the office of the victim of the "Pirates" case and tells them the trove is worth about seven hundred million dollars. After overcoming their astonishment the group agrees on TARPON as a code word for the case. The President and the Attorney General will be informed immediately.

Moira Wolfe, the executive secretary to the FBI Director, goes to meet the man she knows as Julian Diaz for dinner, but instead of eating they quickly agree to go to his hotel, where they make passionate love. Cortez, as Julian Diaz, tells her the details of his fictional life as a South American...

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