Diamonds Are Forever - Chapter 2, Gem Quality; and Chapter 3, Hot Ice Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 2, Gem Quality; and Chapter 3, Hot Ice Summary

James Bond has been called to M's office. M shows Bond a bunch of stones, having fun trying to see if Bond can tell the difference between a diamond and a quartz when he looks at them with a jeweler's glass. Bond is slow in figuring it out, but he does eventually. M then tells Bond that he has a new assignment for him. Someone has been smuggling diamonds into and out of England and this is causing trouble for the English government because they normally earn a great deal of money each year importing and exporting diamonds. This smuggling ring is cutting into the government's business. The government knows that the diamonds are being smuggled into America, but arresting the couriers does little to stop the trade. The government wants...

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