The Big Bad Wolf - Study Guide Part 1, Chapters 13, 14, 15, 16, 17 Summary & Analysis

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After landing in Atlanta, Cross is brought to the crime scene. The entire parking structure where Elizabeth Connolly was abducted has been closed off for the investigation. According to the case files, this kidnapping fits the profile of others that occurred in Texas, Massachusetts, Florida and Arkansas. All were white, wealthy women and no ransom was ever demanded. Luckily, two kids had seen Mrs. Connolly's kidnapping and kidnappers-a man and a woman. Cross finds it strange that she was taken by two people.

Cross knows from reading the case files that of the 220 women listed as missing, seven were linked to "white slave rings." In certain parts of the world, such as the Middle East and Japan, white women were in high demand. After visiting the crime scene, Cross travels to Mrs. Connolly's home to speak with her husband. After briefly meeting the couple's young...

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