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Chapter 2, For Your Eyes Only, pages 32-53 Summary

Mr. and Mrs. Havelock own a large, beautiful estate in Jamaica. They are sitting outside, and Mrs. Havelock is watching the beautiful doctor hummingbirds that live near the house. Her husband is reading the paper and discusses world politics, including the Cuban gangsters who are investing money in Jamaican land.

A car drives up, and three unpleasant-looking men come to see the couple. One of them introduces himself as Major Gonzales. He offers to buy the Havelocks' estate, Content, for any price. Mr. Havelock refuses. The estate is not for sale. The men have brought sacks full of money, but the Havelocks won't sell at any price. The men shoot down the couple and then drive off, planning to buy the estate from the Havelocks' daughter.

A month later, Bond is...

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