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The Man with the Golden Gun Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 4 Summary

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Chapter 4 Summary

Bond arrives at an airport in Jamaica and fills time before his next flight by looking at his horoscope, which forecasts a pleasant surprise and advises him to seize a "golden" opportunity with both hands. He then looks through the local newspaper, which advertises a sale at 3 ½ Love Lane in a local community called Savannah del Mar. Finally, out of habit, he glances through a pile of messages left for travelers to see if there's anything for him and discovers a message left for Scaramanga. He opens it and discovers that there's to be a rendezvous at 3 ½ Love Lane the following day. He replaces the message and calls the office of a Ministry of Defense contact, where he's happily surprised to talk with Mary Goodnight, his former secretary who is now working in Jamaica. After a bit of flirtatious banter, he asks her to get him a...

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