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Murder Most Foul  by Larner 3 Review(s)
BranwynReviewed Chapter: 8 on 11/23/2011
I'm glad to see that the lord's son, who had seemed like something of a slacker, is interested in the case. Maybe because this case involves such serious consequences. His father may come to grateful to the deputation from Gondor. And the plot thickens as the disgruntled and underpaid public defender shows up!


Author Reply: The coming of this deputation has been like a stiff breeze shaking a limb and loosening old, dead leaves so this year's blossoms and leaves can begin to grow. I suspect many will be glad for the deputation's coming, while a few will have good reason to worry as to what it will mean for them. Many of the complaints made by this defender have been made by the real-life defenders as well, I'm sorry to say.

Szepilona10Reviewed Chapter: 8 on 8/13/2011
Oh dear! The trial is getting worse and worse! I'm with Berevrion; I would also have preferred meat to fish after that! Not that I don't like fish, but it's too fluffy (or light, as normal people would probably describe it) sometimes!
God Bless!

~Szepilona10~

Author Reply: Yes, there are difficulties they must deal with, and too many questions to try to answer. Now they will need to go the source and do some investigation. Thanks, Szepilona.

6336Reviewed Chapter: 8 on 8/13/2011
Why is it that some people, having made up their minds as to the guilt or inocence of some one, will go out of their way to prove it?

If this is how the investgation and trial of those young men you are interested in has been handled no wonder you are so concerned.

I am sitting here shaking my head over some of the obvious mistakes and assumptions that have been made and wondering how these people can be allowed in postions of power, but then the people who have put them in those postions are as muddled headed as they are!

This is turning into a very compelling story and I have yet to read the first chapter!

Lynda

Author Reply: I know, Lynda. And this is what happened in 1993, basically. They couldn't be certain who actually killed the children, and assumed that what they saw was due to satanic interest.

I'm so glad you are finding this compelling, and I hope that you continue to find it so. And the first chapter isn't the easiest to deal with, I know.

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