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"He liked private girls, girls he could discover himself and make his own. Perhaps, he admitted, there was an inverted snobbery in this. Perhaps, even less worthily, it was that the famous ones were less easy to get." Chap. 2, p. 16

"'Besides'—there was an edge of bitterness in her voice—'I would always be able to beat you. You want to stay alive.'" Chap. 3, p. 29

"In the filing cabinet, in its icebox, the hum of the generator broke in on what Bond suddenly knew was going to be an important moment of truth. He didn't know what the truth was going to be. He didn't think it was going to be bad. But he had an instinct that, somehow, perhaps because he had conceived respect and affection for this man, it was going to mean deep involvement for himself." Chap. 4, p. 39

"What a complex of bloods...

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