Suspense In Harry Latimer

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I would undoubtedly recommend this book to most readers. This book focuses on a strong conflict between protagonist and antagonist, and additionally offers some romance in the midst. I most certainly say that this is a good book for suspense. For example, when we learn that the royal governor of South
Carolina is planning to sign a warrant for the protagonist’s, Harry’s, arrest “ Innes, if you will prepare a warrant for the arrest of Harry Latimer, and have it ready for me after breakfast, I will sign it.” This evidence shows suspense because we don’t know what will happen to Harry for this was unanticipated and the outcome uncertain
Furthermore another twist will come on later which then makes the warrant’s execution uncertain. With all

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