Ricochet - Chapter 2 Summary & Analysis

Sandra Brown
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Chapter 2

Duncan placed the tongue in an evidence bag and planned to take it to the ME the next morning. He was upset that Savich’s thugs had been in his house and that Savich was taunting and threatening him. When Duncan and DeeDee arrived at the commendation ceremony, they were shocked to see that Judge Laird was in attendance.

Judge Laird approached Duncan and expressed his hope that there were no hard feelings. Duncan, knowing that it was DeeDee’s night, kept his comments non-argumentative. Duncan and DeeDee told a colleague, Detective Worley, about the tongue. Worley looked at the incident as a real warning and that Duncan should be careful. Later, Duncan looked around the room and was completely taken with a beautiful blonde woman. He couldn’t take his eyes off of her. DeeDee told him he was making a fool...

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