The Bourne Identity - Book 3 Chapter 32 Summary & Analysis

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Book 3 Chapter 32 Summary

Bourne has to wait ten hours, calling the Embassy once an hour. As he waits, he begins to suspect a trap. Meanwhile Conklin arrives in Paris. Through the Embassy, he makes plans to meet Bourne at one-thirty in the morning at a cemetery outside of Paris. He says Bourne has been there before. When Bourne hears the name of the Cemetery, it sounds familiar but he doesn't know why. He makes plans to get there early, hoping that being there will make him remember. He tells St. Jacques if she does not hear from him to contact Villiers.

Bourne heads to the garage where the car he took from the hotel is parked. It is too late to rely on taxis. As he enters the garage, he approaches the car. Before reaching it, he spots the man watching him. He immediately...

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