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Along Came a Spider Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part Two, The Son of Lindbergh, Chapters 26-29 Summary

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Part Two, The Son of Lindbergh, Chapters 26-29 Summary

Gary Murphy is alone in his dark basement fantasizing about the Lindbergh kidnapping. His wife, Missy, is upstairs waiting for Gary to come tell her he has been fired from yet another job. What is worse is that this job is one Missy's brother gave to Gary. Missy Murphy cannot understand how such a smart man can be such a loser when it comes to keeping a job, or why she is always falling for men like him. In Washington, D.C., Cross has become the scapegoat in the press for failing to rescue Maggie Rose from the kidnappers. As a result, Cross and Sampson have been taken off the kidnapping and returned to the Langley Terrace murders. The press have begun camping on Cross's lawn, harassing his family. Cross goes to volunteer...

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