A Savage Place - Chapters 12-15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 12-15 Summary

Candy is very upset by the meeting with Brewster and tells Spenser she is afraid Brewster has the power to have her fired should he complain about her interview. Candy is angry at all men for the power they have over her and refuses to allow Spenser to console her. Spenser tries to put sexism into perspective for Candy, but she insists that because Spenser is a man he could never appreciate what she is going through. Candy is determined to be the victim and to make Spenser feel like a bully just for being a man.

Later that evening, Spenser and Candy learn that Mickey Rafferty was killed. A cop named Samuelson comes to tell them to ask questions about Mickey. Candy refuses to tell him anything about the corruption investigation, claiming she has no clue why someone would want to kill Mickey. After...

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