Dead Sleep - Chapters 2-3 Summary & Analysis

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Chapters 2-3 Summary

Glass explains that just over a year previously, her twin sister, Jane, disappeared while running near her home in New Orleans. Glass had rushed to New Orleans to help the investigation of the apparent kidnapping, but despite the FBI calling in its special Investigative Support Unit, no leads were found. Her sister is presumed dead.

Glass feels she is dead, too, because twelve hours prior to hearing about her sister's disappearance she had become severely disoriented while on assignment in a war zone in Sarajevo and had nearly been shot. In retrospect, she thinks this was the moment her sister was killed. Glass also explains that she had never had any similar feeling about her father and that she feels he is still alive somewhere.

Now, standing before her own image, she realizes that the painting is of her twin sister...

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