The Bourne Identity - Book 3 Chapter 31 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3 Chapter 31 Summary

Bourne meets St. Jacques at their hotel. When she seems him, she knows. She was right. He tells him Cain is a myth, that he is not a killer. They are both very happy. He tells him everything else he learned. She convinces him to contact the Americans. He is unsure because he knows they think he turned, but he agrees. They call the American Embassy in Paris. The First Secretary at the Embassy is trying to decide what to do with the call. He knows Bourne is a wanted man. He has instructed Bourne to call back while he contacts Conklin at the CIA.

In Washington, Conklin considers why Bourne is turning himself in. In his mind, he still thinks of Bourne as Delta. He decides Bourne has no other options and is trying to survive. Conklin still believes Bourne...

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