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Violets Are Blue Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 98 Summary

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Chapter 98 Summary

The Mastermind pulls back from Hughes's house to watch. He relishes his twisted past. He remembers his partnerships with murders of the past. He sees himself as superior to most killers, because he not only hunts people, he hunts murderers, as well. To himself, he reveals his role in many of the serial killers the FBI has caught. He also remembers his long career as a serial killer, in many cities in the east. He worries that the FBI is catching on, however. He realizes he must kill Cross soon.

Chapter 98 Analysis

Craig exhibits unusual control for a serial killer, which he enjoys about himself. The reader feels shock as Craig describes the part he had in many murders that Cross investigated through the years. Rather than his life as an agent drawing him into a life of crime, his habits as a serial killer, a hunter...

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