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Study the word list: Detective Genre

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The main culprit was arrested at the scene of the crime. *
Miss Marple uses deduction to solve crimes. *
Sherlock Holmes uses observation to solve cases. *
We watched a murder mystery on TV.
Sherlock Holmes is a detective who investigates mysteries. *
The main convention of the detective genre is that the detective can't be the criminal. *
What is the logical sequence of events. *
The suspect has a large moustache.
The criminal managed to elude justice.
The detective led the investigation into the murder of Frank Zamar. *
The assassin handled the gun with worrying competence. *
The tension mounted as the gun shook in the murderer's hand. *
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The dialogue in the novel built tension. *
The victim was only 14 years old. *
The witness saw the man leaving the building at 10pm. *
There were several witnesses to the crime. *
Was that a deliberate mistake?
The lights at the disco were makeshift. *
The concordat between father and daughter was that she caught the last bus home. *

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