The Bourne Supremacy - Chapter 15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 15 Summary

Freewheeling Macau, 40 miles southwest of Hong Kong is nominally Portuguese but controlled from Beijing. Webb/Bourne arrives among silent, returning Chinese residents, furtive professional gamblers, and boisterous, drunken tourist. The trip by taxi and hydrofoil is exhausting, particularly because he has had to exercise extreme caution not to be spotted. Seeing men studying photos of a wanted man - and knowing it is he - Webb/Bourne as Cruett blends in with a loud group of advertising agents and, pretending to be from Boston, obtains a Red Sox cap to cover his face. Outside the terminal, he peels off into garish streets that are Hong Kong on a smaller scale. He takes a taxi to the dark, dank Kam Pek casino, which caters to Asians. Slumping on a barstool to lessen his height and pulling down his ball cap, Speaking Chinese, Webb/Bourne makes friends with the...

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