Tech-Reading/Writing vs. Other Reading/Writing

Subject: Tech-Reading/Writing vs. Other Reading/Writing
From: "Karen E. Black" <kblack_text -at- hotmail -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2001 16:34:02 -0400

The Case of the One-Slippered Lady (Administrator?s Guide)

Trademarks used in this book:
KitchenAid Appliances
Eveready Batteries
Ford Motor Car Company
Compaq Computers
Visio Professional

The Whole Fiction Writing Class at Ryerson Polytech (thanks, guys!)

Any resemblance to any person, place, or operating system, living, dead, or obsolete, is purely coincidental.

Chapter 1 ? About This Book
This is a work of fiction about a police investigation. In it, you will find clues, character development, plot twists, and several serial commas.

The clues include:
1. the lady of the title (Miss Vanessa Enthwistle)
2. a single slipper (also of the title)
3. the murder weapon (a computer hard drive)
4. a female police detective (promoted to first grade, see Chapter 2)
5. her boss (gets his comeuppance, see Chapter 9)
6. diagrams of the murder scene (swanky apartment), a farm kitchen, and a police lockup

By the end of Chapter 11, you will be able to deduce the identity of the murderer (victim?s ex-boyfriend/landlord).

Turn to page 4 to begin Chapter 1. Fast readers can skip ahead to Chapter 2, where the body is discovered in her apartment with a dough hook clasped in her hand.

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