A Savage Place - Study Guide Chapters 6-7 Summary & Analysis

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Candy and Spenser stop at the commissary for a drink on their way out of the studio. Spenser tells Candy he thinks Hammond is lying about not knowing anything about the bribery because it seems reasonable Felton would have told Hammond about Candy's accusations when she visited with him before. As they talk, Candy and Spenser are joined by one of the studio's publicists. Before Candy can ask the publicist any questions, Hammond comes into the commissary with a couple security guards and demands that Candy and Spenser leave. Spenser and Candy allow the security guards to walk them to their car, leaving peacefully.

As Candy and Spenser drive through town, Spenser notices a car following them. Spenser instructs Candy to take a few odd turns to make sure the car is really following. Finally, Spenser has Candy turn into a farmer's market and run...

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