Wild Justice - Section 11: Pages 340 - 368 Summary & Analysis

Wilbur Smith
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Section 11: Pages 340 - 368 Summary

On the way to Magda's holiday island, Polynesian customs officials thoroughly check Peter's bags and ask him to submit to a random body search. Anticipating that Caliph would make this kind of move, he had left his Cobra in a safe deposit box in Brussels. A young Polynesian girl greets him and takes him to a bungalow, where he has a chance to clean up, rest and marvel at the elegance of his surroundings before she returns to take him to the main house. He is surprised to find three other couples socializing, and Magda greets him warmly without any trace of the distress she exhibited on the phone.

The next morning, Magda sends the company on their way, and finally she and Peter are alone together - with the many servants. She had not yet trusted him enough...

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