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The Big Bad Wolf Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 1, Chapters 18, 19, 20, 21 Summary

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Part 1, Chapters 18, 19, 20, 21 Summary

Cross is back home with his family by six that evening and able to listen to his daughter practice her violin before taking her to the Kennedy Center for family night. Later the same night, he speaks to Jamilla on the phone. What begins well enough changes after about fifteen minutes. When Cross tells Jamilla that he misses her, she says she needs to run. Cross finds it ironic that she is running, while he is trying to stop.

The next day, Cross is asked to attend a meeting about the "White Girl" case, now elevated to major status. Ned Mahoney is there, as is Monnie Donnelley, a Violent Crimes analyst, who is working on the case. The senior agent making the presentation explains that upscale, white women had been disappearing at a rate three times what was normal. A catalogue of women for purchase...

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