Along Came a Spider - Study Guide Part Two, The Son of Lindbergh, Chapters 30-37 Summary & Analysis

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Cross's disappointment in not being able to help Maggie Rose causes him to think frequently on his wife, Maria, who was murdered in a drive-by shooting three years before. One morning a few weeks after the botched ransom exchange, Jezzie comes to tell Cross she feels that he has gotten a bum rap in the press. Jezzie is sweet to the kids and Cross finds himself more drawn to her than before. After leaving the Cross home, Jezzie drives out to the Maryland farm and thinks about both Soneji and the children, finally allowing herself to cry. At the same time, Maggie Rose is still in the dark, unable to remember the last time she had something to eat.

Gary Murphy slips out of his house in the middle of the night and...

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