The Widening Gyre - Chapter 20-21 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 20-21 Summary

Spenser continues to surveil Gerry Broz, with little result. One day, however, Broz speaks to a couple of young teenage girls before making several stops at private residences. A few hours later, once Broz has returns home, the young girls arrive as well, looking excited. Hours later, they reemerge from Broz's building, visibly intoxicated. Spenser follows the girls and, once they separate, picks one of them up and puts her in his car. Linda starts to cry when Spenser searches her handbag and discovers her ID and cocaine. Spenser accuses her of possession, underage alcohol consumption, and participation in a sex orgy. Then, he convinces her that he does not want to get her into trouble, but she has to tell him everything she knows about Gerry Broz.

Linda tells Spenser that Gerry Broz traffics in sex and cocaine. Linda was...

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