On Her Majesty's Secret Service - Chapter 6, Bond of Bond Street? and Chapter 7, The Hairy Heel of Achilles Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 6, Bond of Bond Street? and Chapter 7, The Hairy Heel of Achilles Summary

Two months later, Bond has had little luck tracking down Blofeld. The Swiss police are reluctant to bother wealthy citizens. Bond had a pleasant dinner with Tracy and bedded her sweetly, telling her they might meet again around Christmas. Since then, she has been at a psychiatric facility to recover.

Bond's Syncraphone (a pager) beeps, and he calls into headquarters. His secretary, Mary Goodnight, tells him to report to the College of Arms to meet with Griffon Or. Bond meets with Or, who begins lecturing Bond on the history of his name and speculating that Bond might be related to a baron. Or is offended to learn that Bond isn't interested in his genealogy, although Bond Street was named after Sir Thomas Bond and the...

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