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Iceberg Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter Seven Summary

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Chapter Seven Summary

When Pitt awakes the next morning he is in a hospital bed and Tidi Royal, Admiral Sandecker's personal assistant is at his bedside. Pitt knows the Admiral is nearby. Tidi and Pitt admit they have been attracted to each other, but any romance is impossible because Sandecker is Pitt's boss. Two hours later, cleaned up and dressed in fresh clothes, Pitt meets with Sandecker and briefs the Admiral on what has happened. Sandecker orders Pitt home, but Pitt refuses to go, saying he owes Hunnewell to pursue this mystery to the end. Sandecker finally relents, and tells Pitt more about the nuclear sea probe and how valuable it is. The probe was on the Lax, and was not there when the ship was found, so the mystery is to find out who stole it and what they plan to do with it. The Admiral and...

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