God Save the Child - Chapters 22 through 26 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 22 through 26 Summary

Late for dinner, Spenser stops for a bottle of Dom Perignon and makes it to Susan's by ten thirty. She is angry at first but when he explains what he's found out, her anger evaporates. They talk about the possibility of a police officer's involvement in Vic's ring of girls, and Spenser points out that cops are simply people. Spenser calls the State Police, asking them to find out what they can about Dr. Croft. Spenser and Susan share a bottle of wine and end up in bed together, getting up in the middle of the night to eat the meal Susan had prepared. The following morning, Susan calls in sick to work and they stay together until noon.

In the afternoon, Spenser bullys his way into Croft's office. Croft has Spenser seated on the opposite side of his desk and...

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