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Response Journal 1In The Heat Of The NightVocabulary Word Corpse noun - A deceased beingVocabulary Sentence When they arrived Jane screamed she was the first one to notice the corpse laying on the groundResponse This was a very interesting first chapter to this book that really tells a lot It starts off in a small town called Wells You can tell Wells is a small town by the way only one officer is used to patrol the city in the evening if it had been a big town like Vancouver a whole bunch of officers would have been patrolling the city Well it starts off with Sam Wood doing his night patrol checking out the neighbourhoods and making sure everything was calm When Sam is about to finish his last part of his route he sees a object laying in the middle of the road When he takes a closer look he sees it is the corpse of Mr Mantoli a file celebrity of the town who was to conduct the big music festival for the town I liked the way everything was going nice and calm in the chapter then all of a sudden wham A murder pops out of nowhere I think this book promises to be a good read with a lot of surprisesResponse Journal 2In The Heat Of The NightVocabulary Word Misdialed adjective - to dial the wrong telephone numberVocabulary Sentence The blind man screamed in frustration as he once again Misdialed the phone numberResponse They finally find a suspect for the murderer of Mr Mantoli The suspect is a black man who was caught in the towns railway station The man was loaded with money He was well dressed with freshly ironed pants The police thought that a black man couldnt possibly make that much money so they suspected that the wallet of Mantoli had to have been stolen by this man too bad that Officer Sam Wood didnt look
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