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Two for the Dough Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 6 Summary

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Chapter 6 Summary

The crashing glass is thanks to Morelli entering Stephanie's apartment. Since she did not go to sleep until nearly dawn, Stephanie overslept so soundly that she did not hear him knock. She gets Morelli a broom and dustpan and changes out of her pajamas, calling her appearance "frightening."

Morelli takes the time to point out all the negative occurrences in Stephanie's life so far, including the apartment vandalizing and the car theft. He presents her with the auto theft report, which she signs, for which she thanks him for handling. She decides not to file a report on the apartment and calls the building superintendent for a new lock and fresh paint.

While they wait, Morelli brings up his top-secret case. After Stephanie swears she will not tell anyone, he details a shooting three months prior in Philadelphia. A police officer was killed with Kevlar...

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