Red Dragon - Chapter 18 Summary & Analysis

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Chapter 18 Summary

When it comes time to fabricate the story with Lounds, Graham is very agreeable, even putting a hand on Lounds's back in one picture taken in the forensic labs. Bloom suggests that Graham tell Lounds to write that the killer had homosexual tendencies, and that is why he covered Mr. Leeds after he killed him. Graham emphasizes this by saying that the killer sexually molested the men after he murdered them. Bloom also told them that this killer is a victim of a horrible childhood, and that his lashing out at the mothers in these families is his way of lashing out at his own mother. Graham tells Lounds that the killer is not very intelligent and promises to tell him more about the killer at a later date.

Graham and Lounds then go and take many pictures; including, one at an apartment building where Graham will...

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