By Robert Ludlum
He has no prior. And he can have no destiny. His reminiscence is clean. He basically is aware that he was once flushed out of the Mediterranean Sea, his physique riddled with bullets.
There are a couple of clues. A body of microfilm surgically implanted underneath the flesh of his hip. proof that cosmetic surgery has altered his face. unusual issues that he says in his delirium -- possibly code phrases. preliminary: "J.B." And a host at the movie unfavorable that results in a Swiss checking account, a fortune of 4 million cash, and, ultimately, a reputation: Jason Bourne.
But now he's marked for dying, stuck in a maddening puzzle, racing for survival during the deep layers of his buried earlier right into a extraordinary global of murderous conspirators -- led through Carlos, the world's such a lot risky murderer. And nobody may also help Jason Bourne however the girl who as soon as desired to get away him.
"Mr. Ludlum stuffs extra surprises into his novels than the other six-pack of mystery writers combines." -- The ny Times
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As he shouted, an ambulance careened around the north-west corner, its horn joining the sharp, piercing notes from its roof, warning all to get out of its way; the driver nosed his outsized vehicle to a stop in the space created by the departed Peugeot. Jason could watch no longer. He had to get to the Carillon du Lac, gather his things and get out of Zurich, out of Switzerland. To Paris. Why Paris? Why had he insisted that the funds be transferred to Paris! It had not occurred to him before he sat in Walther Apfel's office, stunned by the extraordinary figures presented him.
He walked rapidly back towards the glass doors of the Bank, joining the police who were racing inside. Bourne watched as the Peugeot swung away from the kerb and sped off down the Bahnhofstrasse. The crowd in the shop-front began to disperse, many edging their way towards the glass doors, craning their necks around one another, rising on the balls of their feet, peering inside. A police officer came out, waving the curious back, demanding that a path be cleared to the kerb. As he shouted, an ambulance careened around the north-west corner, its horn joining the sharp, piercing notes from its roof, warning all to get out of its way; the driver nosed his outsized vehicle to a stop in the space created by the departed Peugeot.
The banker had smiled reassuringly. The lock clicked. Bourne opened the frosted glass door and walked out into Herr Koenig's personal fiefdom. Two other men had arrived, seated at opposite ends of the reception room. Since they were not in separate cells behind opaque glass windows, Bourne presumed that neither had a three-zero account He wondered if they had signed names or written out a series of numbers, but he stopped wondering the instant he reached the lift and pressed the button. Out of the corner of his eye he perceived movement, Koenig had shifted his head, nodding at both men.