Islands in the Stream - Part III: At Sea Chapter XIII - XXI Summary & Analysis

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Part III: At Sea Chapter XIII - XXI Summary

Upon trying to make their way through a narrow and shallow area near Cayo Contrabando, Thomas and his crew run their boat aground. Thomas, Willie, and Peters take the dinghy around a bend and discover the turtle boat that the Germans are using to make their escape. When the group boards the turtle boat, an injured German shoots Peters dead. Thomas shoots the German dead. They remove Peters's body for burial at sea, punch holes in the boat with hand grenades, and set booby traps in case the Germans return. Willie explores the rest of the island and finds nothing.

Thomas notices an island where all the birds have flown away, indicating the presence of somebody. He guesses the Germans are there and takes a channel bordered by thick...

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