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A Savage Place Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 3 Summary

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Chapter 3 Summary

The following morning, Spenser wakes early and has breakfast in his room before going for a run. Spenser is familiar with Los Angeles and runs through some neighborhoods he has run through before, amused that Los Angelinos could name two different streets the same name. Back at the hotel, Spenser showers and shaves, dressing in a casual suit he would not wear in Boston but is sure will help him blend in in Los Angeles. As Spenser is finishing up, the phone rings. The man on the other end tells him that Candy Sloan has sent him. Candy was injured the night before and wants Spenser brought to her home. Spenser goes down to the lobby and finds a short, tough-looking man waiting for him. Spenser asks about Candy, but the angry man tells him to ask her himself.

Spenser and the short man, Mickey Rafferty, arrive...

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