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On Her Majesty's Secret Service Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 13, Princess Ruby? Summary

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Chapter 13, Princess Ruby? Summary

Bond writes a letter to Sable Basilisk, using veiled language to report what's happened so far. He is certain the letter will be read, and hopes it will not be destroyed. Then, he cuts off two pieces of the plastic strip to use as door openers and marks the rest off in inches to complete his cover story of borrowing it as a ruler. Bond works all day on the genealogy and then hears a knock on his door.

Ruby leads Bond to the bathroom, telling him what he already suspects—that the rooms are bugged. Then, she reveals the object of her clandestine visit. Her family, she believes, is related to the royal family. Her name is Windsor! Bond uses the genealogy cover to gather information about Ruby's family. He finds that Ruby comes from a family of chicken farmers. She...

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