The Corps: Book 1 Semper Fi - Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

W. E. B. Griffin
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Chapter 7 Summary

McCoy has just come from dinner with Ed Sessions and his wife, Jean. She thanks him for what he did at the ferry crossing. After dinner, he goes to a used car lot. He is interested in a 1939 LaSalle. When McCoy wants to test drive it, they find the battery is dead. Salesman Dickie Golden has the battery replaced. McCoy checks out the car at a gas station and decides that there are no major problems. He does not want to finance the car or buy insurance through Golden, aware of the kickbacks the man receives.

McCoy is questioned by Intelligence to learn what he knows about the Japanese in China. He tells them what he knows.

McCoy obtains the paperwork and parts he needs for the car and spends the weekend working on it.

Sessions talks to him about his plans for...

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