Jack and Jill - Prologue, The Game Begins Summary & Analysis

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Prologue, The Game Begins Summary

Jack and Jill by James Patterson is the third installment in Patterson's popular Alex Cross novels. In this novel, Cross finds himself torn between two serial murder cases. The first serial killer is active in Cross's own backyard, killing children who attend the Sojourner Truth School, the school Cross's own son attends. This case hits so close to home that Cross is passionately determined to solve it as quickly as possible. At the same time, however, a couple who call themselves Jack and Jill are killing high profile celebrities. The Jack and Jill case is more public; therefore, the Washington DC Police Department is under greater pressure to solve the case. As one of their best homicide investigators, Cross is assigned to the case. Cross resents this reassignment, but becomes deeply engrossed in the mystery when Jack and Jill's target turns...

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