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James Patterson Writing Styles in Kiss the Girls

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Style

Point of View Kiss the Girls is told from the point of view of the featured character of each chapter. Most of the chapters are told from the point of view of either Dr. Alex Cross or Casanova. Other chapters are told from the point of view of Dr. Kate McTiernan. Several chapters are told from the point of view of the Gentleman Caller. One chapter is told from the point of view of an FBI agent conducting surveillance on the Gentleman Caller with Cross and Kate.

Setting

Several settings are featured in Kiss the Girls. The primary setting is the Research Triangle area of North Carolina: Durham and Chapel Hill. These towns are home to Duke University and the University of North Carolina, respectively. The history of these towns, and the tobacco farms surrounding them, figure prominently into the plot of the novel. From the very beginning of...

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