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All Dressed in White (Under Suspicion Series, Book 2) by Mary Higgins Clark, Alafair Burke

By Mary Higgins Clark, Alafair Burke

The second one exciting novel within the ny instances bestselling lower than Suspicion sequence following The Cinderella homicide, that includes intrepid tv manufacturer Laurie Moran as she investigates the case of a lacking bride.
Five years in the past Amanda Pierce used to be excitedly getting ready to marry her university sweetheart in a lavish rite on the Grand Victoria inn in Palm seashore. Then, with their site visitors and households on website, Amanda disappeared.

In present-day manhattan urban, Laurie Moran realizes a lacking bride is definitely the right chilly case for her investigative tv sequence, below Suspicion. She and her crew got down to recreate the evening of the disappearance on the Florida lodge with Amanda's family and friends in attendance, hoping to shed new mild at the secret because the sequence has performed in earlier episodes. With a jealous sister, playboy groomsmen, Amanda's former fiancé now married to a bridesmaid, and rumors concerning the "beloved" bride herself, Laurie and below Suspicion host Alex Buckley quick observe all people has a concept approximately why Amanda vanished into skinny air.

One factor is sure: whoever used to be at the back of Amanda's disappearance plans to maintain the reality hidden "until demise do they part..."

The bestselling below Suspicion sequence from Mary Higgins Clark and Alafair Burke bargains "plenty of intrigue and excitement" (Publishers Weekly, at the Cinderella Murder). that includes the chilling suspense and stylish settings readers have come to like, All wearing White isn't really to be ignored.

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Eliot in The Waste Land: “Twit twit twit / Jug jug jug jug jug jug / So rudely forc’d. ” In Book 6 of Ovid’s Metamorphoses, Philomel’s enemies amputate her tongue (the same thing happens to Lavinia in Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus). Philomel’s able art is her compensation for tonguelessness; likewise, her compensation for bodily disability is her artfulness. In the same manner, one may even say that what sometimes develops from the mental effort needed to deal with stuttering by way of both intra- and interlinguistic synonymy and personal substitution has certain rewards.

80 Oftentimes when growing up in Québec I would “switch” between French and English. 81 What is more, I thought that bilingual Canada’s pathology had a sociolinguistic counterpart in the English language itself. Even today I am not sure whether this was an idle wish on my part or a sort of incipient and perhaps unprovable hypothesis. 82 I was told by my anglophone teachers that during the bilingual—or Anglo-Norman—period in England, speakers began to provide “practically synonymous word-pairs,”83 sometimes called “doublets,” where one word was originally “Anglo-Saxon” (Germanic) and the other was essentially “French” (Latin), as in the phrases hue and cry or goods and chattel.

Wolf ’s novel Who P-P-P-Plugged Roger Rabbit? (1991), whereas there are often helpful synonyms, like the pair prison-jail (“Last I heard, he was in p-p-p-p-pp-p . . ” says Roger, who stutters only on the letter p), sometimes one can’t think of anything but stutter-triggering synonyms, like the trio poppa-pater-parent (“You mean I’m . . I’m . . going to be a p-p-p-poppa! A p-p-p-pater! 62 Third, there is the personal substitution, whereby one person, who seems fluently articulate, speaks for another person, who seems silent.

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