Ricochet - Chapter 1 Summary & Analysis

Sandra Brown
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Chapter 1

Homicide Detective Duncan Hatcher of the Savannah Police Department was getting antsy. He was waiting for the murder trial of Robert Savich to resume but the defense attorney had called a meeting with the judge. Duncan wanted the trial over with and he wanted it to have no chance of appeal. What was the defense up to?! His partner, Detective DeeDee Bowen, kept a cooler head. Savich was the picture of composure. He’d been arrested for crimes before – including murder and drug trafficking – but was only indicted and tried twice before. He was acquitted of the first, a drug charge. The second was for murder; he had been accused of blowing up a house and killing a man inside. The prosecutor had been green and the evidence circumstantial resulting in a hung jury. Duncan had been in on that investigation and had...

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