Men of Men - Section 4, Pages 151 - 202 Summary & Analysis

Wilbur Smith
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Section 4, Pages 151 - 202 Summary

Zouga's operating capital is low, so he finally agrees to meet with the nameless man that Jan Cheroot says requests to meet with him. He goes to an empty house on the flats where there is little chance he can take cover. Nervous, he dismounts on the far side of his horse and vaults through a window, cautiously looking around. A voice behind him asks him to drop his pistol. He does, and finds himself in the company of Hendrick Naaiman. Naaiman offers him a lucrative partnership involving I.D.B. diamonds. He wants Zouga to salt his trays with diamonds brought to him each week by Naaiman, and they would split the profits down the middle. Attractive as the offer may be, Zouga knows that I.D.B.'s are the scourge of the mining community. They struggle...

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