Lamb to the Slaughter Essay | Book Review of "Lamb of the Slaughter"

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Book Review of "Lamb of the Slaughter"

Summary: A book review of "Lamb of the Slaughter," a novel by Roald Dahl
"It's the old story. Get the weapon and you have got the man." This is true, unless one the parts is missing and you've only got the other. In this story called "Lamb Of The Slaughter" by Roald Dahl a women named Mary Maloney kills her innocent husband named Patrick Maloney. When it comes time for the police and the investigators to find the murder weapon, they are out of luck. Little do they know that the dinner they just ate was the murder weapon that she used and the murder weapon they are looking for.

In this story there are not that many characters. For the ones that do exist they are an essential part to the story. Mary Maloney is the wife and murderer. Patrick Maloney is the husband of Mary. Sam is the grocer that owns the downtown market where...

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