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Kiss the Girls - Chapter 95-98 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 95-98 Summary

Cross cannot keep his arms and legs from shaking as he drives from Durham to Kate's Chapel Hill house after hearing what happened. He and Sampson were with her only three hours earlier. He sees the somber faces of a crowd gathered near Kate's house. He realizes how much Casanova has changed the town from a quiet, safe place to a place terrorized and held captive. Cross walks up the street through the crowd and towards the house. Detectives Ruskin and Sikes are present. Cross goes inside to take a look. Something is wrong with the scene, but he cannot put his finger on it. Cross asks Craig about Sachs—he never left the house that night. Cross later realizes why something seemed so wrong about the inside of Kate's apartment. It was not an artistic scene of violence suggesting Casanova, but more like...

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