Along Came a Spider - Study Guide Part Three, The Last Southern Gentlemen, Chapters 54-59 Summary & Analysis

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The moment he returns home, Cross gets a call from Sampson asking him to meet him at the Sanders home, the site of the second murders in Langley Terrace. Sampson wants Cross to speak to the daughter of the neighbors who saw a man outside the Sampson house in the days before the murders. The girl identifies Murphy/Soneji as the man she saw, but also says that she saw another man also outside the Sampson home. This makes Cross begin to wonder if Soneji had a partner in his crimes. Cross tells Jezzie his thoughts on the interview that night, but Jezzie dismisses the whole thing because she does not think the girl is reliable. That night, Cross and Jezzie attempt to go to a basketball game, but are insulted by a...

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