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Kiss the Girls Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 107 Summary

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Chapter 107 Summary

Rudolph and Casanova watch Cross and Sampson enter their lair from a hiding place a short distance away. They have been watching Cross and Sampson all afternoon. They wonder why Cross and Sampson did not bring the FBI. Casanova calls it "policeman's arrogance." Casanova believes that Cross and Sampson are much like them. Cross only trusts himself. Rudolph was paranoid about Cross ever since Cross almost caught him in California. He thinks Cross is a worthy rival and opponent. Casanova analyzes Cross the same way Cross has analyzed him, weighing Cross' strengths and weaknesses. Cross certainly outperformed all of the other police in finding the hiding place. That Cross was a detective and a psychologist intrigued him. Casanova figures that Sampson is Cross' weak point. If he can get to Sampson, he can get Cross. They will go after Sampson first, and then Cross. If...

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