The Lovely Bones Summary And Analysis

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The lovely Bones , a story of a life and everything that comes after. Susie Salmon , she was a

Natural with camera and she enjoyed building and creating with her father Jack. ( The lovely

Bones Epigraph & Chapters 1-3 Summary and Analysis ) Susie has a sister name Lindsey and a

Brother name Buckly. Susie was a very talented girl her parents only expect the best from her

because she was the most sweetest girl you could ever meet. She learned photographing from

her mother Abugel , Susie was 14 years Old in the 9th grade and she loved Ray the senior from

England but she was afraid to talk to him.

On December 6th, 1973 Susie Salmon was murdered and raped , in the cornfield minutes

away from her home by her 36 year old neighbor
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He would watch Linsey run with her track team and walk the dog everyday and she could

Feel him watching her she already knew he was an weird old man. “ men who does this has

obsessive love disorders and is very pleased with young girls. ’’ ( McEwan, T.E., M. Daffern,

R.D. MacKenzie, and J.R.P. Ogloff.The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology May

2016: 38-56 ) .Jack started to remember When his wife and him was over at harvey’s , and they

were looking at his roses and susie was Riding her bike she was taking pictures. Susie liked his

roses too she tried to take a picture of the Roses but harvey had got in the way. Jack was talking

to harvey near the flowers and all the Memories was coming back , Susie was talking to her dad

from heaven and she told him who Murdered her. Harvey knew that Jack must have found out

because he kept telling him to go Home, then he hurried into his home. Jack chased him and he

banged a hole into his door and Said “ what did you do to my daughter ’’ but he had no evidence

against mr harvey. Linsey knew Her father wasn’t crazy so she decided to go and find evidence

for herself to heal her family Because their mom had already left and Jack was brutally
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The current status of this case,

The lovely Bones is a fiction novel ( 2002 ) Alice Sebold’s first novel. The story is narrated from

Susie Salmon, a girl who was raped and killed by her neighbor. In 2017 today people love the

book it was the hottest book in the summer of 2002 when it very first came out and it’s is based

on a true story. A girl was murdered in Norristown pennsylvania by her neighbor and her body

was dumped in a trash can on the side of Their apartment complex . James troutman Raped and

Strangled 9 year old Skylar Kauffman On March 20th 2012 He pleaded guilty and was charged

with first degree Murder , kidnapping ,And Rape and was sentenced to spend the rest of his life

in prison . Reference Page Sebold, Alice. The Lovely Bones. p. 363. & Wikipedia

Walter, Mathis Forensic Science Text Book 2017 ( Indian J Psychiatry 2013 July-Sep;55(3):235-243 )

Life after Loss: Dealing with Grief – Guide to coping with grief and loss, including normal grief reactions to expect. (University of Texas Counseling and Mental Health

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