Tooth & Nail: An Inspector Rebus Novel - Catching a Bite Summary & Analysis

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Catching a Bite Summary

Lisa Frazer calls Rebus before he is out of bed and arranges to meet him for dinner to discuss her findings to that point. Rebus readily agrees. Over breakfast, Rebus and Flight discuss psychology in police work. Flight makes it very clear that he does not believe in psychology and that he thinks Rebus is wasting his time with Lisa Frazer. After breakfast, Rebus and Flight go to the Old Bailey, the courthouse, so Rebus can speak to Tommy Watkiss, the first victim's husband. Watkiss is on trial for rape. Lamb is there, watching closely, hoping Watkiss will finally get what he deserves. However, Watkiss is released because the cop who arrested him testified that he called him by name the day he arrested him, suggesting that Watkiss was known by the police. This introduces a bias to the...

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