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On Her Majesty's Secret Service Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 10, Ten Gorgeous Girls Summary

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Chapter 10, Ten Gorgeous Girls Summary

Bond goes down to the bar for drinks before dinner. He meets the patients at the allergy clinic, ten beautiful, innocent, and slightly stupid girls from all across the British Isles who are only known by their first names. Bond orders whiskey. He befriends Ruby, one of the girls, who helps introduce him to the others as they chatter away. Bond breaks the ice by playing a bar game with the girls, where each player in turn burns a hole in a napkin holding a coin. Whoever burns the hole that makes the coin drop loses. Bond throws the game to assure his friendship with the girls.

Bond reflects that Piz Gloria is the perfect cover. An elite skiing club will bring in plenty of money, and meanwhile, the high alpine setting provides natural protection. The seemingly reputable research clinic provides...

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