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The Bourne Identity Chapter Summary & Analysis - Book 2 Chapter 19 Summary

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Book 2 Chapter 19 Summary

Chapter 19 opens with a limousine in New York City. Inside the car is a U.S. Army major. He has just flown in from Zurich and has a briefcase attached to his arm. The major, Gordon Webb, is going to a brownstone at 139 East Seventy-First Street, a very wealthy area of Manhattan. The brownstone is the headquarters of Treadstone Seventy-One. The driver of the limousine drops Webb off a few blocks from the address. He is instructed to approach on foot. Webb tells the driver afterwards they will be going to a private airfield in New Jersey.

When Webb enters the home, he notices that the front rooms are decorated like a normal home. He can tell that the place is heavily secured, like a fortress. An older woman answers the door. She leads Webb downstairs into a room with three men. One of the...

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