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Octopussy Chapter Summary & Analysis - 007 in New York Summary

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007 in New York Summary

James Bond, traveling as David Barlow, is going through customs and immigration at New York's Idlewild airport. He has flown in on BAOC's Monarch flight from London and estimates that the FBI or the CIA will not detect him in the twenty-four hours he will be spending in New York. His mission is to warn a young woman, who used to be a first class staff officer for the Secret Service, that the American authorities are getting close to finding out that she is cohabiting with a KGB agent. The agent is attached to the UN and M is sending Bond to tell her that the CIA is close to identifying her. Of course it would be very embarrassing if the CIA were to find out about Bond and his mission. Bond's rendezvous with the woman is scheduled for three o'clock outside the...

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