Thunderball - Chapter 12, The Man from the CIA Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 12, The Man from the CIA Summary

Bond goes by taxi to meet the CIA man assigned to help him in the Bahamas. Bond himself arrives earlier that morning. He meets with the Bahamas officials, where he learns about Largo and Domino.

When the CIA man arrives, he is Felix Leiter, an old friend and colleague of Bond's. Leiter sports a hook instead of a hand, from a battle injury. In Leiter's rental car, he and Bond drive back to the hotel. Bond asks Leiter why he is working for the CIA again, because the last Bond knew, Leiter was working for Pinkerton's, the private security firm. Leiter explains that former field agents have been called to duty to help out with Operation Thunderball.

Bond tells Leiter everything that has happened, and Leiter's quick mind puts together the puzzle of...

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