The morgue and me book summary

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the morgue and me book summary

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Therefore, he is quite happy to accept a part-time summer job in a hospital morgue and hopes to learn something about forensic pathology before starting college. He expects an easy job. Tina and Christopher soon discover that there is more to the crime than they originally expected. With many red herrings and plot twists, this book will have you guessing until the very end. Recommended for high school age and older. Skip to main navigation Skip to main navigation Skip to search Skip to search Skip to content. Use current location.
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THE MORGUE AND ME, by John C. Ford

The Morgue and Me

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The Morgue and Me takes place in Petoskey, Michigan, a small town "six miles long at best" nestled off the icy waters of Lake Michigan.
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Ford's dark and stellar debut, which nicely updates many classic mystery tropes, tells the story of high school valedictorian Christopher Newell, who takes a summer job at the hospital morgue before heading to college. Certain that the medical examiner and the sheriff are connected, Christopher starts to investigate alongside Tina, a sexy young reporter for the local paper. The plot covers a wide range of characters, including Christopher's ex-neighbor and crush , Julia; her police officer older brother, Tim; the town's mayor and his daughter; and Christopher's best friend, Mike, an amateur bookie. Christopher and Tina uncover interlocking mysteries involving blackmail, corruption and murder, which span years of the town's history. Ford spins a tale that's complex but not confusing, never whitewashing some of the harsher crimes people commit. The result is a story that holds its own as a mainstream mystery as well as a teen novel. Ages 12—up.

The lifeless husk of a human being, the rapidly decaying meat suit that housed all our thoughts and memories, is a brutal reminder of our fleeting mortality. If only in principle. And only in principle. Who she is, besides someone named Hannah Grace, is never discussed. She is just a girl with a demon inside her, and the movie only cares about her as a plot point.

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