Live and Let Die - Chapter 12 - The Everglades; Chapter 13 - Death of a Pelican Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12 - The Everglades; Chapter 13 - Death of a Pelican Summary

At five o'clock Bond and Solitaire quietly slip off the train and enter the subway, confident that they have not been spotted. They have to wait four hours until they can catch the next train to St. Petersburg where they are due to meet Leiter. They go to a diner for breakfast and Solitare tells Bond what she knows about Florida. She says St. Petersburg is populated primarily with retirees, and Mr. Big has chosen the city because there is very little crime and thus features a very small police force. She also tells Bond Mr. Big has an agent in St. Petersburg called 'The Robber.' They continue to talk about Mr. Big but Bond does not learn anything new; he just reaffirms his...

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