The Bourne Identity - Book 3 Chapter 30 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3 Chapter 30 Summary

Bourne calls d'Anjou, the grey-haired man at Les Classiques. D'Anjou recognizes Bourne's voice and calls him Delta. He makes reference to Medusa but says now they work for different employers. Bourne interrupts him. He tells him Lavier is dead. D'Anjou doesn't believe it. Bourne instructs him how to confirm it by calling the church, and d'Anjou does so. D'Anjou is suspect but agrees to listen to what Bourne has to say. Bourne tells him they are both dead men. Bourne wants to meet d'Anjou. He is cautious but finally agrees to the meet. They agree to meet in public outside the Louvre. Bourne tells him he wants to know about Treadstone, and that he will tell d'Anjou who Carlos is. Bourne also tells him to call his contact and tell him exactly what he is going to do. This way they...

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