Ricochet - Chapter 5 Summary & Analysis

Sandra Brown
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Chapter 5

Robert Savich was part Jamaican and part white. His maternal grandmother was a prostitute. His blue eyes came from his father’s side. He knew he’d never be fully accepted by either blacks or whites and therefore driven felt compelled to create his own world. He was smart and enterprising. By the time he was twelve he was dealing in crack cocaine. He established himself as a criminal lord when he slit the throat of his mentor in front of his competition. He was ruthless and savage but effective. Ultimately, Savich gained wealth beyond his imagination. He took care of those who chose to betray him – Freddy Morris was one example. Savich’s front was a machine shop.

Duncan had started out just as a pebble in Savich’s shoe. But the detective’s relentless quest and tenacity to nail him to...

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