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The Man with the Golden Gun Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 9 Summary

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Chapter 9 Summary

The narrative picks up a short time after Bond's encounter with Leiter as the meeting between Scaramanga and the investors begins. Bond, in his disguise as Scaramanga's personal assistant, is posted outside to keep anyone else from coming in. He eavesdrops as the meeting begins, with Mr. Hendriks warning Scaramanga and the others that an agent named James Bond has been dispatched to kill Scaramanga. Scaramanga, however, laughs Hendriks off, saying that he's already killed another agent, Ross and fed him to the crocodiles on the foot of the hotel property.

Hendriks then goes on to talk about the sugar situation. His statement reveals that the other investors, including Scaramanga, are involved in profiteering on the sugar crisis, a situation that he (Hendriks) and his unnamed superiors are unhappy with. Scaramanga explains how the profiteering scheme works and claims that he and the other investors have the...

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