A Savage Place - Chapters 16-18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 16-18 Summary

Candy and Spenser go downtown to make a statement about Mickey's death, continuing to leave out the details about the corruption investigation. Late that afternoon, Candy and Spenser go to Sam Felton's house. When they are refused admission because Felton is not home, Candy and Spenser decide to wait until he arrives. Candy and Spenser have a picnic in her car and try to lighten the mood as they wait. When Felton stops at his own gate later that evening, Candy approaches him. Felton finds himself in a position in which he is forced to invite Candy and Spenser into the house.

Before they can begin their conversation, Felton leaves the room to wash his hands. When he returns, Candy asks Felton about Mickey. Felton answers the questions in a nice enough tone, but he is clearly nervous. Spenser suspects something is wrong and places...

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