Cat and Mouse Themes

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Gary Soneji blames Alex Cross for his impending death. Gary contracted the AIDS virus while in prison. Gary was in prison because Alex Cross caught him after he kidnapped two children from a private Washington D.C. school. During that investigation, Alex came to know Gary well. Alex visited Gary in prison often, attempting to find out if Gary was a split personality or a brilliant criminal mind. As a result, Gary focused on Cross. Gary broke out of jail after his conviction and attempted to kill Cross in his home. Gary promises to do the same this time.

Gary first wants to make a big name for himself. Gary wants to be infamous before he dies. Gary commits several high profile murders, first in Union Station and then at Penn Station. Gary leaves messages for Cross at these crime scenes in the form of blood stains hoping...

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