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Naked in Death Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapters 10-11 Summary

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Chapters 10-11 Summary

In chapter ten, Roarke takes Dallas to his house and directly to his shooting range. Dallas has never shot a handgun before, so she is excited to watch as he shoots his gun at holographic images. When it is Dallas's turn, she does well at the game, only receiving a few hits from the virtual criminals. As they play, conversation turns to Sharon's murder. Roarke warns Dallas that she does not understand the kind of people she is up against and that she might discover that DeBlass would prefer for his granddaughter's killer to go undiscovered. Their argument becomes heated and Dallas soon finds herself in Roarke's arms. They manage to get into Roarke's bedroom before they lose all their clothing, but not before Dallas's shirt is ripped.

In chapter eleven, Dallas and Roarke stay up all night. The following morning, Roarke joins Dallas in...

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