Ricochet - Chapter 3 Summary & Analysis

Sandra Brown
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Chapter 3

Duncan was a gifted piano player. He played by ear and had been playing since he was a small boy. He followed his mother’s lead by learning to play hymnals but he went on to all kinds of music including jazz and rock. He also played sports as a teen and tried to hide his musical talents from the other boys because he didn’t want them to think he was a sissy. At thirty-eight, he still couldn’t read a note but could play anything and kept his talents from most of his peers. He played for himself – losing the problems and pressures of his day in the music.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation had confirmed that the tongue did indeed belong to Freddy Morris. But nothing linked it to Savich. Duncan knew he was being targeted by Savich and took...

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