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Iceberg Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 20 Summary

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Chapter 20 Summary

Sandecker is back in his office, and in his office is a man who insists Pitt must be part of the plan to bring Hermit Limited down. Pitt is the only man who can identify Kelly's hired assassins. Sandecker protests that Pitt has been beaten, suffering from exposure, and cannot possibly be placed in a position of danger again. Pitt arrives and admits he has already been contacted by the man in Sandecker's office and is willing to participate. The man introduces himself as Dean Kippman, chief of the National Intelligence Agency. Kippman reveals that his agency is the one who entombed the Lax into the ice in order to lure Hunnewell out. Pitt is angry that the NIA men were on the iceberg when Hunnewell fell and almost died but did nothing to help. Kippman says sometimes it is necessary in this business to be ruthless...

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