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    The Murder Animal Mystery

    This house has a beautiful look, filled to the brim with magic and beautiful porches. It's a sight to behold. It has a beautiful porch and a housekeeper named Nashela, who was the new housekeeper since the other one...

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    • Dear Riudy,
      I am very intrigued by your animal murder mystery because I myself am a murder mystery lover so this was something that caught my attention. I liked how you described what was going on, and I even pictured it in my head the scene. Thank you for your writing and I can’t wait to see what you post next because you are very creative and a good story writer!

      • Janet Rodriguez
    • Dear Riudy 

      I am impressed by your short story, “The Murder Animal Mystery” because it was really interesting to read. I like murder mysteries myself and this was also funny to read. I liked how when I was reading I was able to visualize the events in my head. 

      One sentence you wrote that stands out to me is: “By luck, Mr Herbert was able to get out of handcuffs and escape. They tried shooting him, but it was too late. Mr Herbert escaped into the woods.” This is just so bizarre to me because how did he get out of the handcuffs and if cops were shooting him, how did none of the bullets hit him or even graze him. Although this is quite strange I also find it very humorous with the donut delivery guy trying to come get his revenge on a cat. 

      Thanks for your writing. I look forward to reading what you have next, hopefully some more murder mysteries. I really enjoyed this short story and had very much fun reading it. 

      Edward Hernandez

    • Dear Riudy
      I am shocked by your post, “The Murder Animal Mystery” because I was unaware that animal murders or mass murders were an existent crime.

      One sentence you wrote that stood out to me was “‘The donut delivery guy?”‘ I think this is a clever added detail because as you’re reading the text you dont expect a complete turn of events.

      Thank you for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because you have a great way of making the stories interesting and unable to predict. I love it when writers make stories unpredictable because it keeps you engaged with the story.

      Sarah Portillo

    • Dear Riudy,’
      Your post made me think there are concerning people with concerning problems. Even though this might be fiction I am stunned by the fact this can be true. Something I wonder is if other would think this would be a murder house

      Sincerely,
      Jenive

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