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Jack and Jill Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part One, It's Tomorrow Again, Chapters 1-14 Summary

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Part One, It's Tomorrow Again, Chapters 1-14 Summary

Alex Cross wakes only a few hours after going to sleep to the sounds of his partner, John Sampson, banging on the door. Sampson tells Cross that there has been a murder at the Sojourner Truth School. This is personal to Cross because his son, Damon, goes to the school. The little girl, Shanelle Green, has been laid out in the play yard at the school. The girl is missing her school clothes and appears completely normal except the beating she received to the side of her face. Cross immediately has the impression that the killer left Shanelle in this way because there is something distinctive about the killer's physical appearance. At the same time that Cross is investigating the crime scene at the Truth School, a man breaks into Senator Fitzpatrick's apartment and verifies...

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