When the Lion Feeds - Part 2, Witwatersrand: Chapters 16-18 Summary & Analysis

Wilbur Smith
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Part 2, Witwatersrand: Chapters 16-18 Summary

Johannesburg becomes a city and Witwatersrand is a chess board—the people are the men on it. Each morning they go to the exchange, seas part before them and they head to their reserved chairs. Even Hradsky shelves his hatred for Duff to do business. More than a hundred people depend on them for their livelihood. The chess game becomes reality when Karl Lochtkamper makes the mistake of laying himself open for takeover, assuming his friends will not pull the rug out from under him. Hradsky sends Max over with information that Karl has eight notes out and he hands them a list. Hradsky can cover some, and he wants to know if Sean and Duff can cover the rest. The last day of the quarter turns is Karl's last as well. Duff, Sean and Hradsky close on him. After...

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