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Crime Writing Assessment Task - Devil In Disguise

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Compose an imaginative crime fiction narrative which utilises conventions of the crime writing genre. You must also refer to aspects of P.D James' 'The Skull Beneath The Skin'.

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Dr. Watson Fiction Detective fiction Literature William Scott Thomas Mikaelson Hamish Watson David Yates
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You must also refer to aspects of P.D James' 'The Skull Beneath The Skin' and the stimulus provided. Devil In Disguise TUESDAY JUNE 24, 1998 The sound of sirens wailing through the night gave away the location of my latest case. It was quite a strange setting for a murder; it was not one that I had ever experienced before. The sound of the sirens led me towards an old, moss-covered building, the red and blue lights of the police cars shining onto the metal gates of Stonybrook Mental Asylum, giving the entire setting before me a dark and eerie feel. I drove along the gravel drive that led to the front doors of the asylum and parked beside a police car, hopping out of my old Toyota Sedan and walking through the front doors and towards a group of policemen. A rather old-looking man with a little too much baggage underneath his large police coat looked at me...
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