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Kiss the Girls Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 38-39 Summary

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Chapter 38-39 Summary

Cross takes a well-needed trip home to spend a day with his family and give them an update on the progress of finding Naomi. He tries his best to be hopeful and tell them about possible leads that he knows just aren't there yet. Afterwards, he gives Sampson a more thorough update. Detectives Ruskin and Sikes have been better than they were at first, keeping him up to date on what they know. The FBI, however, continues to shut him out. Sampson theorizes that one of the victims may be related to someone important or that the number of victims is much higher than the FBI is letting on. Cross thinks that Casanova enjoys the fact that he has committed perfect crimes and has stumped Cross and other authorities. Sampson asks Cross to consider what would happen if he could not solve the case. For...

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