Thunderball - Chapter 13, 'My Name Is Emilio Largo' Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 13, 'My Name Is Emilio Largo' Summary

Bond and Leiter go to Largo's ship to investigate. Leiter brings his disguised Geiger counter. Bond introduces Leiter as his attorney. Bond says he is interested in purchasing Palmyra, the estate Largo is renting. He asks for permission to look over the property. Largo acquiesces and asks Bond to call Domino and arrange a visit.

Bond pretends interest in the ship, and Largo is obviously proud of his toy. Largo shows Bond and Leiter around the ship, but he will not show them the hold, which he claims holds extra stores of fuel, or the radio room.

The Geiger counter picks up nothing on Largo's ship. Then, reports come back negative on all the men in Largo's party. None of them have police records. Still, Bond is curious about the hold of Largo's...

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