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The stabbing of George Harry Storrs by…

The stabbing of George Harry Storrs

by Jonathan Goodman

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Readers who refuse to turn to crime, whether in its fictional or historical form, generally give a strong reason for their aversion, and it is a reason not about themselves but about the fallen creatures who do enjoy those literary genres.
IN ALL BUT A FEW MURDER CASES, THE CRIME COMES as a complete surprise to the victim: confident of dying naturally, he has made no effort to prevent the criminal quietus, has not augmented any preparation for a possible meeting with his Maker.
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