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Kiss the Girls Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 103 Summary

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Chapter 103 Summary

Cross relaxes by playing a little late night blues piano in the barroom of his hotel. He thinks about the basic points of his investigation: the killers committed "perfect" crimes on two coasts and obviously had some knowledge of police forensics; the two were "twinning"; the girls were held in a disappearing house; and Casanova kept a harem and killed his rejects.

Cross pays Kate a visit later that morning. She remains in a coma. After the hospital visit, he and Sampson meet Dr. Freed, the historian, to retrieve a map he has prepared. He and Sampson will use it to try to locate the disappearing house. Cross stumbled across this idea when reading about the murders of Roe Tierney and Tom Hutchinson. Tierney's body was found near an abandoned farm in the woods where runaway slaves seeking freedom on the Underground Railroad...

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