The Bourne Identity - Book 2 Chapter 12 Summary & Analysis

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Book 2 Chapter 12 Summary

Bourne and St. Jacques wait in a store across the street from the bank. Eventually they see d'Amacourt leave and walk down the street. Bourne follows him. He watches d'Amacourt from a distance for a few blocks and finally approaches him. Bourne takes d'Amacourt by the arm and forces him into a restaurant. D'Amacourt realizes it is Bourne and is frightened. The banker professes to know nothing. He tells Bourne he should be talking to someone else, perhaps the owners of the bank. Bourne wants information, and the banker suggests that he will take a bribe. Bourne agrees. D'Amacourt tells Bourne about something called 'une fiche.' It is a device used by European banks to keep track of the flow of money. It is a set of instructions included in important bank files as they transfer between banks.

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