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Big editing defect,
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The book, as with others written by Ms. Cassidy, was well done, except for a blooper that ruined it for me. The protagonist (guilty party) is said to be dead and zipped in a body bag on p. 305, only to appear in "jail and claiming insanity" a few pages later. Careful editing (which is not an oxymoron) would have eliminated this error. There was also no resolution of the long-ago crime.
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Initial post: May 15, 2010 3:09:59 PM PDT
Michael Mendershausen says:
"Protagonist" is the main character; "antagonist" is the opponent (guilty party).
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