4 edition of Fiction, fact, and murder found in the catalog.
Fiction, fact, and murder
Beverly Hennen Van Hook
|Statement||Beverly Van Hook.|
|LC Classifications||PS3572.A444 F53 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||186 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||186|
|LC Control Number||95079447|
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"The Fact of a body: A Murder and a Memoir" title of this book becomes an 'acute awareness' of what this book is about - -the deeper we are pulled into this debut: The Fact of a Body was less a non fiction narrative and more a work of art /5.
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In this novel, Horowitz blends fiction and reality until they are indistinguishable. Although still a work of fiction, “The Word Is Murder” is written in first person, and the narrator is. The line between fact (Horowitz writing for Steven Spielberg and Peter Jackson) and fiction (the murder) becomes really blurred and I found myself having to go back and re-read many pages in order to keep up with what was the 'unravelling of the murder' story and the Anthony Horowitz 'real-life' narrative (very weird) but even so, it's not hard fact.
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Edwards packs in all the types of movie nods I love in a book. And for all the genre-bending, the ending is pure mystery. Fact of a Body by Alex Marzano-Lesnevich. Nola cheated on the fiction rules, so I will, too. The Fact of a Body is Alex Marzano-Lesnevich’s masterpiece of a true crime thriller about the death penalty case of Ricky Langley.
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The system does not allow more than two descriptions, so this is romance, drama, a little more humor. We’ve all heard the saying about how hard it is to separate fact from fiction. However, this is not a problem you expect to encounter when reading a mystery story.
Yet that is the case with the latest book from Anthony Horowitz, The Word is Murder published by Haper : Richard Marcus. She is similarly sanguine about criticisms of the way in which the book tells the story of Jeremy’s death and Langley’s life and suggestions that the line between fact and fiction becomes.
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