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On Her Majesty's Secret Service Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 12, Two Near Misses Summary

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Chapter 12, Two Near Misses Summary

Bond begins the exhausting cover of detailing a family tree for the count. His room has been searched, and he's glad that he brought no tools. His momentary doubt of Blofeld's identity passes. Certainly, he must be on the right track. When Bond tires of his work, he takes a walk around the ski resort. He sees one of the men working on some skis, and he spies something interesting—pieces of plastic. Bond palms one to use to open door locks, but unknown to Bond, the man notices that it's gone.

Bond tours the ski area and tries to memorize the paths down the mountain, in case he needs a quick escape. When Irma comes to get Bond for lunch, he notices that her attitude is cold. Quickly, he pulls out the piece of plastic, confiding that he borrowed...

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