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Violets Are Blue Chapter Summary & Analysis - Chapter 107-111 Summary

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Chapter 107-111 Summary

The next morning, after reviewing once gain what he knows about Craig, from a psychologist's point of view, Cross calls Craig's older brother. Martin Craig describes his younger brother in chilling terms, as a man with a rich fantasy life and no conscience. Martin Craig believes Kyle killed their younger brother Blake; Martin wants to see Kyle in the electric chair. Given Craig's huge ego, Cross arranges for a press conference, in which he undermines Craig's abilities and describes him in less than flattering terms. FBI director Burns also chimes in about Craig's mediocre success and the extent of the manhunt. Cross hopes that such a move will catch Craig off guard and anger him into making a mistake.

Cross visits his family, still staying at Aunt Tia's house in Baltimore. He meets the FBI agents posted there and reassures his family. He promises his...

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