Diamonds Are Forever - Chapter 20, Flames Coming Out of the Top; Chapter 21, 'Nothing Propinks Like Propinquity' Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 20, Flames Coming Out of the Top; Chapter 21, 'Nothing Propinks Like Propinquity' Summary

Tiffany wakes Bond and tells him that they have to escape. Bond is badly beaten and barely able to stay conscious. Tiffany helps him out to the train tracks where she has a handcar waiting. Bond climbs aboard, but becomes afraid the noise of the handcar's engine will wake Seraffimo and his men. Bond goes back to the station and lights a fire. Bond and Tiffany get away just as the fire is blooming large behind them. For a while Bond and Tiffany ride in silence, both trying to figure out what they will do when they get to the next town. However, they soon realize that Seraffimo is behind them in his antique engine. To add to their trouble, the...

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