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When attorney Rachael Flynn learns her bighearted younger brother has been arrested, she at first takes it in stride; Joshua has been in trouble before when his zeal for helping the downtrodden and disadvantaged pitted him against the law. But this time, the charge is murder and he's confessed to the crime. Certain that he's innocent, Rachael begs Joshua to let her represent him, but her brother refuses her offer of counsel. As Rachael works on the case on her own, she begins to suspect that Josh knows who the real killer is, but she's unable to get him to cooperate with his defense. When Rachael asks her husband, Trace, and his fellow artist friends to sketch the scene of the crime as they see it, a new piece of the puzzle becomes apparent...a piece that ultimately leads to a much bigger truth. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Tavia Gilbert. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/hove/001836/bk_hove_001836_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
"Critical Reflections on Audience and Narrativity New connections, New perspectives" offers an interdisciplinary and multicultural approach to fiction, reality, and narrativity applied to television series from all over the world. Dissecting the almost invisible barrier between fiction and reality in TV series from various perspectives, the chapters cover a wide range of contemporary classics from the post-network age. From "The X-Files" and "Desperate Housewives" to "The Wire" and "Breaking Bad", the chapters sketch TV series` development from the lowest form of mass entertainment to the sophisticated vehicle of highbrow intertextuality on a global scale.Also covering many international cases from Brazil, Serbia, Romania, and Turkey and locating them in the global web of puzzle narratives, the unique contributions draw connections between the most diverse audiences and the way they receive modern storytelling in a culturally globalized world. This timely volume is a great resource for anyone interested in contemporary mass culture.
Personal identity is the philosophical issue that deals with the problem of what makes a person persist over time. This inquiry takes root deep in the history of philosophy and the campaign to solve the problem never ceases. In the first section of this book I will provide a brief sketch of the issue, introducing important theories that contribute to the unraveling of the mystery. In section 2 and 3 respectively, the dominant two views---the physical approach and the psychological approach---will be examined in detail, and the difficulties confronting them will be presented, along with my comments on both views. I will, in the last section, propose my own solution to the problem, claiming that the sufficient and necessary condition for personal identity is neither physical continuity nor psychological continuity, but both. The work should serve as an introductory survey for those interested in this particular philosophical issue and help shed some light on the puzzle concerned.