bookshelves of doom: The Morgue and Me -- John C. FordThe Morgue and Me begins:. When you're eighteen years old and you shoot somebody in a public place at two in the morning, of course you expect some attention. Especially when it's the person I shot, and especially when you're found right there on the scene with that person at your feet, gasping away in a pool of blood that seeps around your shoes. Still, I find it really embarrassing. The summer before his freshman year of college, photography enthusiast and aspiring spy Christopher Newell gets a summer job at the morgue.
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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.
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