Sometimes "Is" Isn't
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Sometimes "Is" Isn't

4.0 of 5 stars 4.00  ·  rating details  ·  4 ratings  ·  1 review
Identical twins can cause all kinds of difficulty when someone is attempting to decide who is who, not only when both are alive but also when one has died. Which one has died? How do you prove it? It gets even worse when somebody is charged with murdering the one who died. Did he kill the one that everyone thought he killed? What if he didn't murder either one? Sometimes "...more
ebook, 14 pages
Published June 25th 2011 by Untreed Reads
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This is a very interesting novelette dwelling on a case of mistaken identity. It takes place in a courtroom, opening right up into the action and pushing all background information aside, which the reader later gleans from the story as it unfolds. It’s one of those stories where the reader can’t help but route for the defendant and feel triumphant as the defense lawyer wipes the floor with the prosecutor and, in this case, the sheriff as well. It’s hard to pinpoint the time in which the story ta...more
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Untreed Reads: Four Stars for SOMETIMES "IS" ISN'T 1 1 Dec 29, 2011 02:24PM  
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Jim Newell is a Canadian writer who has been had careers as a broadcaster, air force officer, high school teacher, four time major award winner for column and editorial writing as a journalist and editor, columnist and feature writer for both a secular newspaper and Christian magazines. He has authored five books: two of them Christian novels, one a baseball novel, a collection of 80 daily meditat...more
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