Kyle Craig - Role in The Novels

Role in The Novels

Craig graduated from Duke University and Duke's Law School, as indicated in Double Cross. He is the only villian to appear in more books than any other villian in the series. Kyle was an FBI agent from Along Came A Spider to Violets Are Blue, until he was revealed to be a serial killer who murdered multiple times before and during the book series. He was finally caught by Alex Cross and sent to prison. From books Four Blind Mice to Double Cross, Craig is being held at the supermax prison, ADX Florence. He is visited by Cross, only when he has available information on certain cases. In Double Cross, Kyle escapes and goes into hiding, planning his revenge against Cross. In Cross Fire, Craig returns and changes his face, he faces off against Alex for the final time and kills himself when he is about to be arrested.

The only books he hasn't appeared in was London Bridges, Mary Mary, Cross, Alex Cross's Trial, Kill Alex Cross, Merry Christmas, Alex Cross, and Alex Cross, Run.

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