Essay/Term paper: Killing mr
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Killing Mr. Griffin: I read the book Killing Mr. Griffin, by Lois
Duncan. There was an English teacher, Mr. Griffin, which nobody liked.
Especially one particular group of friends. They disliked him so much that they
wanted to try and scare him some how. He was a tough teacher, and didn"t give
anyone an A.
Killing Mr. Griffin
I read the book Killing Mr. Griffin, by Lois Duncan. There was an English
teacher, Mr. Griffin, which nobody liked. Especially one particular group of
friends. They disliked him so much that they wanted to try and scare him some
how. He was a tough teacher, and didn"t give anyone an A. Not even the
smartest student, Susan McConnell.
One day after school, Mark told his friends his idea of what to do to take
care of Mr. Griffin. He decided that they should threaten to kill him so he
would give them better grades. But not actually kill him. After some convincing,
all Mark"s friends agreed to his plan.
The day came when they carried out their plan, and got Mr. Griffin where they
wanted him. All alone, tied up in the mountains. Susan and David were worried
about Mr. Griffin, so after a couple of hours they just went to check on him.
But when they got there, they found and realized that Mr. Griffin was dead! They
panicked, and didn"t know what to do. They went back and told the others. They
had to figure out something to do, but what?
They finally all promised each other that they wouldn"t tell anyone what
had happened. They just had to cover up all the evidence that my lead to them.
Mark was willing to do anything to do that!
After a few days, Mr. Griffin"s disappearance was on the news. Of coarse,
no one knew where Mr. Griffin really was, and what had actually happened to him.
It was hard for them to keep it in. They all felt so bad, except for Mark.
Mark was the leader of this plan, and he secretly did things to cover up
evidence that his friends didn"t know about. Not at first anyway. He killed
David"s, but Susan figured that out. He also tried to kill Susan because she
was going to tell the police the whole story. She couldn"t stand keeping it in
anymore. But after a while, people started putting things together and figured
out what had really happened. They knew who had actually killed Mr. Griffin.
What was going to happen to them now? They didn"t know! They all wished that
they wouldn"t have went along with Mark, but were glad they didn"t have to
hold this huge secret in anymore!
I would recommend you to read this book if you like mystery. I loved it and
thought it was a great book. It keeps your attention through the whole thing
with all the suspense.
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