Jack and Jill - Part Three, The Photojournalist, Chapters 40-52 Summary & Analysis

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Part Three, The Photojournalist, Chapters 40-52 Summary

At the same time, Jack and Jill, aka Sara and Sam, fly a plane over Camp David. They are planning their next step, a step that clearly worries them both. Jack tells Jill that he thinks they need an alibi, so they should not commit the next murder. Jack tells Jill that he thinks they should have someone else commit the crime. Kevin Hawkins arrives at the Kennedy Center and watches his target. When he feels safe, Hawkins approaches the target and drops a poem in the woman's bag. However, the woman sees the poem and starts to fish it out, so Hawkins is forced to fire sooner than expected. Despite the unexpected turn of events, Hawkins hits his mark. Cross gets the call at home and rushes to the Kennedy Center. Cross and the other investigators...

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