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Friday, January 21, 2011

Quater 3, blog 2

Rachel Crouch
Pop Goes the Weasel
Jame Patterson
pg. 26-71

In Pop Goes the Weasel Alex Cross, a homicide detective, is working off the books on several unsolved murder cases in the Southeast DC area. He is trying to find the connection between over a hundred murder cases but is getting no help from the Washington precinct. He's started to but heads with the director which is causing a lot of external conflict. He also has a love interest that isn't willing to commit to marriage with the fear that he will be killed on the job. This causes him a lot of internal conflict and he has to decide whether to give up the job he loves or the woman he loves.

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