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|Murder Most Foul by Larner||3 Review(s)|
|Branwyn||Reviewed Chapter: 2 on 11/20/2011|
|It's not a good sign that the archivest knows at first glance that some of the evidence is false. Sending the Elven healer and the battle surgeon--the forensic experts of the day--is a nice touch. |
Author Reply: Well, it's been through the examination of evidence by truly competent forensic scientists that the real-world case was finally turned upside down for many who had believed that the real Damien, Jason, and Jessie were guilty; it seemed realistic to think that Aragorn would wish to send people who knew what they were looking at to examine what evidence might be available, or to review what had been testified to in order to test its validity.
|Tari||Reviewed Chapter: 2 on 8/17/2011|
|The archivist made some excellent observations. Things seem to be progressing smoothly, almost too smoothly. I'm waiting for the other "shoe" to fall, though I am sure Aragorn will be able to rescue them. The ride to redemption should be most interesting.|
Author Reply: Oh, it won't always be going smoothly, believe me. There is so much to learn here, and so many who each has his own reason for wanting Danarion to be guilty!
|Szepilona10||Reviewed Chapter: 2 on 8/6/2011|
|Interesting chapter. The deception and the lies are horrible. Berevrion and the others had better get to the bottom of this! Update soon please!|
Author Reply: I agree, Szepilona. And there is even more deception to be uncovered.
I have based a good number of the details on the real WM3 case, so don't be surprised if some of the twists appear particularly strange or bizarre. After all, truth is often far stranger than fiction!