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  • Dead Until Dark: The Southern Vampire Mysteries Series

    Dead Until Dark Today I will be doing my book chat on Dead Until Dark authored by Charlaine Harris. Dead Until Dark is the first book to The Southern Vampire Mysteries series. As the rest of the series, this book is narrated by Sookie Stackhouse, a fictional character living in a fictional life. Sookie is a 25 year old waitress at Merlotte’s Bar, living with her grandmother Adele and her older brother Jason in a small fictional town in Louisiana, Bon Temps. In this imaginary world, vampires and other supernaturals are a phenomenon. Sookie is not like any other humans. She is telepathic, meaning she has the ability to read everyone’s minds. A normal person like you may think being telepathic, is a blessing. However, for Sookie it became more of a nuisance as she is unable to be around people or have any type of relationships with them because of the weary feeling it brings her. Meeting Bill Compton, a vampire and a Civil War veteran was a miracle to her considering, he is very attractive and more importantly, she cannot read his mind. She was thrilled with this fact and also caused her to be enticed by the alluring vampire. Having Bill present in her life will introduce her to a whole new world where she only read about but not once, experienced. Corny as it may be, this book proves the quote, “Love has no barriers.”…

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  • Summary Of One Corpse Too Many

    One Corpse Too Many is a mystery book by Ellis Peters and is the second book in the Chronicles of Brother Cadfael. The book is a murder mystery centered around an extra dead body amongst other dead bodies about to be buried. As there is no specific moral or theme highlighted in the book, I would say it’s not a great book for teaching a lesson. However, with the great characterization and way of immersing the reader into the setting, it is definitely a great book to read just for the sake of…

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  • Case Study Report: Anjikuni Lake

    look interesting to me. It was living rocks that can move, grow, and reproduce, so I drew again. I drew the Anjikuni Lake in Canada. I looked through a couple of sites and decided that I would keep it because it looked interesting to me. I looked at more sites and each site helped me understand the disappearance of the people more and more. It is an unsolved mystery of the disappearing people of Anjikuni village. Joe Labelle, the person who discovered this mystery, had a few guesses, but his…

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  • Mystery Of Heroism

    both the story “A Mystery Of Heroism” and the poem “War is kind”. He presents this using intimate imagery, as if he has been in/through a war himself. He mostly uses lyrical expressions in his story “A mystery of heroism”; whereas he is very sardonic in his poem “War is kind”. Either way his tone in both his works is very gloomy through the vivid imagery he uses. In his story “ A Mystery Of Heroism” Crane portrayed Fred Collins being a hero, however he also emphasizes on how Collins is being…

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  • Analysis Of Chapter 5 Of Fun Home

    In the 1949 film The Third Man, protagonist Holly Martins arrives in Vienna to work for his friend Harry Lime only to discover Lime died right before Martins landed in Austria. Without giving too much away, Martins ends up uncovering the circumstances surrounding his childhood chum’s death may be more complex than what’s visible on the surface. The mystery genre -- for both literature and film -- often plays on the idea that the evidence available may not always have the meaning it appears to…

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  • A To Z Mysteries

    Introduction: The book zombie zone of A to Z Mysteries is started of the three best friends that name’s Josh, Dink and Ruth Rose that live in the town of green lawn. The three best friends and other children’s where plan to vacation to the village in louisiana.Ron Roy create more than fifty books for children including the best selling A to Z Mysteries and the brand new Capital Mysteries series. Summary: Ruth Rose gram was visiting the city to take a painting course, and she had invited…

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  • Mystery Mixture

    Imagine trying to figure out one possible combination to a mixture, when there are over 100 possibilities. The 8th graders had to look at the physical and chemical properties, to somehow figure out the mixture. A group of students thinks that Baking Soda and Citric Acid is what’s in the mystery mixture. That group thinks that Baking Soda and Citric Acid is in it for a lot of reasons. One reason is that the mystery mixture has circular round objects in it and the Citric Acid is circular and…

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  • Mystery Shopping

    Deficiencies in the quality of care delivered to patients are an issue that many healthcare organizations constantly develop plans to improve. To identify the deficiencies present “mystery shoppers” have been widely utilized. The idea of mystery shopping is very common in the retail industry; however, it can be used in the healthcare industry. In a study by Doctor Lazarus Arthur titled Improving Psychiatric Service Through Mystery Shopping, tells that “Persons pretending to be patients have…

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  • Northanger Abbey And Ann Radcliffe: A Literary Analysis

    A Discussion of the Gothic tradition in the novels “Northanger Abbey” by Jane Austen and “The mysteries of Udolpho” by Ann Radcliffe. The genre of Gothic fiction has been a strong writing tradition since its birth in 1764 with the publishing of Horace Walpole’s “The Castle of Otranto”. The genre is a mix of both romance and horror with its clearest distinctions being a love of foreign setting and gloomy old buildings, a strong hero, swooning heroine and the constant looming of a monster or…

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  • Challenges In The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Nighttime By Mark Haddon

    In the novel, The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime, author Mark Haddon tells the tale of a young Christopher Boone, and his journey to uncover the mystery of who killed his neighbor’s dog, Wellington. Christopher narrates this story in a unique way, giving readers a glimpse into the mind of a fifteen year-old boy who has Asperger’s Syndrome, a type of autistic disorder. Christopher uses unconventional quirks, such as his excellence in mathematics, his keen photographic memory, and…

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