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MR MURDER ESSAY For everyone life is filled with mystery suspense and facing the unknown In Dean Koontzs book Mr Murder he does just those things for the main character in the book He helps us understand that those kinds if things can happen to us Firstly Dean Koontz uses mystery in the main characters life In the beginning we find out that the main character losses consciousness for seven minutes and does not remember at all what happen except for the lines I need I need I need I need pg 7 on his tape recorder This is very mysterical to the reader and for the main character because he has no idea what happened to him and neither does the reader There is also the part of the stranger how is a mystery to everyone This is a man how does what he is programed to do what he is told You have no idea who he is and where he from but all we know is that he looks just like the main character Which is a mystery and asks the questions how In the book there is a part that says Daddy wasnt Daddy He had Daddys blue eyes Daddys dark brown hair he sounded like Daddy he was a dead-ringer for the Martin Stillwater pictured on the dust jackets of his books pg12 Which mean that when the main characters daughters were to see him they would think he was there father It is also a mystery that you dont really know if the stranger was the real Martin Stillwater or if he was just his twin There is a story that the main character wrote for his daughters entitled Santas Evil Twin This is very weird to the reader because the story is somewhat based on what happens to the main character and his family and that the main character doesnt realize the connection until the end Also
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