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2007 Volume II
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|1.||Using Walter Mosley Detective Novels (Devil in a
Blue Dress) to Motivate Reluctant High School Readers
Jessica L. Colbert
|2.||Using a Mystery Novel to Encourage Pleasure Reading and Imaginative Thinking
|3.||Using Detective Fiction to Reinforce Problem Solving Strategies and the Scientific Method
|4.||D. I. E.
Mary Lou Narowski
|5.||Uncloaking the Clues: Details, Daggers, and Detection
Deborah D. Dabbs
|6.||Crime Fiction Investigation: "Socially Correct or Not, Let Me Tell You Who Did It"
|7.||Beyond Criminal Justice: Investigating Social Issues through Detective Fiction
Laura Viviana Zoladz
|8.||More Than Just Whodunit - Using a Mystery Story to Motivate Tenth-Grade Students to Read
William S. Lewis
|9.||Police Investigative Challenges: To Snitch or Not to Snitch, That is the Unanswered Question
Christine Freeman Shaub
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