Master of the Game - Book One, Jamie 1883-1906: Chapters 9-11 Summary & Analysis

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Book One, Jamie 1883-1906: Chapters 9-11 Summary

Jamie treats his marriage as one of convenience, never acknowledging Margaret as his wife inside the home. Jamie spends all his free time with Jamie, Jr., taking him fishing and camping, devoted to the child. Jamie learns from Banda, who has settled down on a small farm and had two children, that there is trouble between the natives and the overseer on his diamond beach. Jamie sends David Blackwell, a young American he is grooming to be his manager, to the beach to work out the problem. David finds the overseer to be cruel and dangerous, and warns him to change his ways or lose his job.

Time goes by and Jamie's company expands. When Jamie is not traveling on business, he is with his son. When he has been married six years...

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