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A Savage Place is eighth in the series of Spenser novels by Robert Parker and is set in the early 1980s. In this novel, Spenser handles a case that takes him from his native Boston to Los Angeles in order to protect a young, ambitious newscaster as she investigates corruption in the movie industry. Soon Spenser realizes this woman is in more trouble than he originally believed when her eyewitness, and only proof of her allegations, is found murdered. A Savage Place is a portrait of Los Angeles in the early eighties that both frightens and inspires Spenser's loyal fans and the newly initiated alike.
Spenser receives a call from a former client warning him that a newscaster from Los Angeles will be calling him soon about taking on a new case. When Spenser receives the expected call, the young woman, Candy Sloan, refuses to give... View more of the A Savage Place: A Spenser Novel Summary
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