1. Why does Mark Trevor reach out and contact Christy Lollack?
Christy has been assigned a case in which the woman whose body was discovered was missing her face. Mark Trevor thought that this case was very similar to some he had been working in Scotland Yard -- especially one in which a woman's body was burned and then disposed of in the garbage. He wanted to know what Christy thought of the two murders.
2. When the reader first meets Jane, what nightmare is she having?
Jane has a vivid nightmare in which she feels herself beginning to panic. She cannot breathe, and feels that her life is being cut short, too short, and that she is dying. The dream is so vivid and frightening that when Eve confronts her about it, Jane refuses to speak of it.
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