Jack and Jill Setting & Symbolism

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Poems

Jack and Jill leave poems at each of their crime scenes, taunting police.

Video Tape

Jill films the killing of Senator Daniel Fitzpatrick in order to send the video tape to CNN to taunt the police. Jill, aka Sara Rosen, keeps an unedited version of the tape with which Alex Cross and other law enforcement agents are able to identify her partner.

Reinforced Baseball Bat

The Truth School killer kills his tiny victims with a baseball bat reinforced with electrical tape.

Piano

Cross has a piano on his sun porch. Cross often plays the piano when he has trouble sleeping or is stressed out about something, especially his many horrific homicide cases.

Jefferson Hotel/The Natalie Sheehan Crime Scene

While inspecting the Natalie Sheehan crime scene, Cross gets into a fight with the chief of detectives when The Jefe tries to force Cross to leave the room...

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