Kiss the Girls - Chapter 11-15 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 11-15 Summary

Naomi was raised by her mother after her father died at age thirty-three. She was a precocious young girl, graduating first in her high school class. In between studies, she found time to write about growing up in the projects and to play the violin.

Cross and Sampson make the four-hour trip from Washington D.C. to North Carolina. The two are not particularly welcomed at Durham Police Headquarters. They wait over an hour before being met by detectives Nick Ruskin and Davey Sikes. They take Cross and Sampson to see a woman's body in Efland. The case has been assumed by the FBI. This scene is the third murder associated with Casanova, a serial killer stalking women in the Southeast region of the country. Eight to ten women, all in their late teens or early 20s, have disappeared. Casanova has left his first note...

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