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The Man with the Golden Gun - Chapters 5 and 6 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 5 and 6 Summary

The opening of this chapter describes the countryside of Jamaica visible to Bond and Mary Goodnight as they travel to Savannah La Mar. After their arrival, Bond sends Goodnight back home in a rental car and wanders through town in search of 3 ½ Love Lane. When he finds it, he talks with the manager, a beautiful young mixed-race woman named Tiffy, who explains that there are girls upstairs if Bond wants to spend time with them. Bond tactfully refuses, and then watches with amusement as Tiffy feeds a pair of large black birds. She's in the process of giving them a second helping, paid for by Bond, when quiet footsteps come downstairs. Tiffy immediately becomes fearful, telling Bond that the man coming down has a bad temper and that he should just go along with everything he says. Bond turns to look at the man when...

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