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Kiss the Girls Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 25-26 Summary

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Chapter 25-26 Summary

Kate McTiernan awakens to realize that she is alive. She lies in a bed in a dimly lit room, remembering being shot in the chest with a stun gun. Her joints are stiff and her head feels bloated. Despite how bad she feels, she vividly remembers her attacker. Her room looks as though it has been recently remodeled or constructed. It was tastefully decorated in a way she might have done herself. Colorful scarves are tied to the bedposts, exactly like she did at home. That is very peculiar to her. There are no windows, only a heavy, wooden door. Inside a small closet she notices something that disturbs her even more than the scarves: her clothes are inside. Looking closer, she realizes that they are not her clothes, but new clothes exactly like hers. On top of the dresser are three bottles of her...

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