Kiss the Girls - Study Guide Chapter 22-24 Summary & Analysis

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Casanova secretly watches as Cross visits with Mary Ellen. He thinks to himself that Cross is wasting his time talking to Naomi's roommate. Casanova follows Cross across the campus. He knows that Cross is a renowned psychologist and detective who earned a reputation by tracking down a famous kidnapper-killer in Washington called Gary Soneji. Cross stops to write a note and Casanova mockingly thinks to himself that Cross' thought is of no consequence. He is nowhere close to being on the trail. The idea that Cross might track and capture Casanova was unthinkable. The fact that no one has a clue is really a clue, thinks Casanova.

Cross spends Monday morning interviewing people who know Kate McTiernan as he prepares a psychological profile of Casanova. The FBI is not helping and neither is Detective Ruskin. One of Kate's professors calls her the most conscientious student...

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