Thunderball - Chapter 21, Very Softly, Very Slowly Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 21, Very Softly, Very Slowly Summary

The agents of SPECTRE meet aboard Largo's yacht. Largo reports he discovered Domino with a camera, acting suspiciously. Largo forcibly detained her, incapacitated her, and examined the camera. It is a Geiger counter.

Largo has tied Domino up in her cabin and will proceed to question her. Blofeld has been informed of this, and the leaders have agreed to move forward with the plan. Largo doubts he is under any special suspicion, but he thinks Bond and Leiter may be agents and perhaps bribed Domino to take Geiger counter readings.

As the meeting prepares to wrap up, one of the Russian agents begins to talk. Blofeld warned Largo about the suspicious nature of the Russian agents, and those warnings are fulfilled. The Russian suggests that while the men are transporting the nuclear device to its...

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