The Bourne Supremacy - Chapters 31-32 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 31-32 Summary

Havilland hopes meeting in the hospital corridor will soften Conklin's reaction to news that Delta has made contact. Conklin insists Marie must see her husband alive and well in Hong Kong, but Havilland counters that Delta also has conditions that make this impossible. A "bilateral agreement" exists. Conklin doubts that Delta would allow himself to be traced but agrees that extreme anxiety and lack of options could explain such sloppiness. McAllister expects the calls at five-minute intervals, but twelve have passed. A doctor advises Havilland that Lin may survive. Havilland and Conklin agree that the next time Delta tries the "Snake Lady" number, he will be told the line should be clear in twenty minutes, giving Conklin time to reach the sterile house, take the call, and convince Delta that Marie is safe with Panov. As the tense waiting stretches to...

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