Silent Prey - Chapter 15, Chapter 16, and Chapter 17 Summary & Analysis

John Sandford
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Chapter 15, Chapter 16, and Chapter 17 Summary

In chapter fifteen, Davenport and Fell discuss the Bellevue switchboards over dinner. They are trying to match up the calls with the switchboard system and are looking for a suspect. Davenport recounts some of his old cases, including a sexual psychopath who killed women. He can understand the psychopath's behavior by classifying him as insane, but cannot wrap his head around Bekker's cold, clinical killings. Davenport and Fell dance to a song in the restaurant and she confesses her interest in him. Though she does not want to stay with him that night because she is too tired, after some wine she decides to go upstairs with him, though she accuses him of being with Internal Affairs. After they sleep together, she asks if he and Lily are really over, and he says they are complicated. She...

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