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Kiss the Girls Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 48-50 Summary

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Chapter 48-50 Summary

Kate regains the ability to speak, but no one can understand her. She talks gibberish or as though she was speaking in tongues. She suffers tremors and convulsions. Cross sits with her for long stretches. He suspects that she has been drugged and, reviewing a toxic screening test on her urine, discovers Marinol in her system. Cross theorizes that because Marinol is hard to obtain, Casanova may be a doctor or pharmacist. Cross does not tell the local police or the FBI about Kate's drugged state. He wants to be the first one to talk to her. Cross spends the night with her just in case Casanova is a local doctor who might come back to finish the job.

Kate wakens with a startled scream. She wants to know who Cross is. He tries to calm her by telling her he is a policeman. He...

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