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Guilty Finn Watches In Horror As His Stepmother Is Gunned Down In Front Of His House His Father Reacts And Kills The Gunman When Finn Learns That The Killer Is The Same Man Who Admitted To Killing His Birth Mother Years Before, He Is Shocked And Wants To Know If This Is Than A Terrible Coincidence At The Police Station, He Meets Lila, Daughter Of The Killer, And They Strike Up A Wary Friendship Both Of Them Are Desperate To Find The Truth What They Discover Hints At A Much Larger Conspiracy.

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  • Paperback
  • 224 pages
  • Guilty
  • Norah McClintock
  • English
  • 03 January 2017
  • 1554699894

10 thoughts on “Guilty

  1. says:

    Finn discovered his mother s corpse when he was seven years old Ten years later he looks out of his bedroom window to see his stepmother shot, and he is later told it was by the same man who admitted to killing his biological mother While coping a second time with something most people are lucky enough not to experience a first time, he also deals with befriending Lila whom he later learns to be the daughter of the killer.This fictional first person told story alternates between Finn and Lila Finn discovered his mother s corpse when he was seven years old Ten years later he looks out of his bedroom window to see his stepmother shot, and he is later told it was by the same man who admitted to killing his biological mother While coping a second time with something most people are lucky enough not to experience a first time, he also deals with befriending Lila whom he later learns to be the daughter of the killer.This fictional first person told story alter...

  2. says:

    The reason why this book got so much attention is because of the title Guilty The reason why is because it s a weird title The author of this book is Norah Mcclintock she is from Canada She was born in 1952 and she died in 2 6 17 She lived in Montreal Canada She was a member of the Canadian Society of Children s Authors This author has a lot of different books This book is a fiction book It does not belong to a series This book is not that long but you need to focus when you read it The reason why this book got so much attention is because of the title Guilty The reason why is because it s a weird title The author of this book is Norah Mcclintock she is from Canada She was born in 1952 and she died in 2 6 17 She lived in Montreal Canada She was a member of the Canadian Society of Children s Authors This author has a lot of different books This book is a fiction book It does not belong to a series This book is not that long but y...

  3. says:

    I stayed up all night and read this story straight through to the end I enjoyed the plot and characters and would like to readby this author.

  4. says:

    I was drawn to GUILTY by the blurb Finn witnesses his stepmother s murder by the same man who killed his mother and his father subsequently shooting the man That, of course, causes him to question things What could possibly have motivated the killer What follows is the definition of a quick read Since I m timing myself for the 48 Hour Book Challenge, I know that I finished in 53 minutes.The story alternates between Finn s point of view and Lila s Lila, the daughter of the killer, grew up b I was drawn to GUILTY by the blurb Finn witnesses his stepmother s murder by the same man who killed his mother and his father subsequently shooting the man That, of course, causes him to question things What could possibly have motivated the killer What follows is the definition of a quick read Since I m timing myself for the 48 Hour Book Challenge, I know that I finished in 53 minutes.The story alternates between Finn s point of view and Lila s Lila, the daughter of the killer, grew up believing her father had been framed and unjustly sent to prison This new murder seems to confirm that everything she didn t want to believe about her father was true Then Lila and Finn meet in the police station and begin a tentative friendship As both of them research their pasts, they discover they didn t know as much about their parents as they thought.Both Finn and Lila are somewhat static characters The plot drives GUILTY rather than character growth But they re ...

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    Guilty had enough unexpected twists and interesting main characters to keep me very interested.Finn watches from his upstairs window as a man shoots his stepmother and Finn s father then shoots the murderer That s the opening scene, and we are off and running.Lila s father is the one who shot the stepmother It just so happens that he also murdered Finn s real mother, and has just been released from prison for that crime.The story alternates perspective between Lila and Finn Guilty may be a bi Guilty had enough unexpected twists and interesting main characters to keep me very interested.Finn watches from his upstairs window as a man shoots his stepmother and Finn s father then shoots the murderer That s the opening scene, and we are off and running.Lila s father is the one who shot the stepmother It just so happens that he also murdered Finn s real mother, and has just been released from prison for that crime.The story alternates perspective between Lila and Finn Guilty may be a bit predictable you know they are both going to try to figure out what happened and why I had a pretty good idea of the real story from early on in the book, but I still didn t know it all And even if you do think you know, it just helps you root for the characters to figure it all out.Th...

  6. says:

    In Guilty, the character Lila is interested about what happened, but is also mortified that she lost her dad who talked about making up to her the years he was in jail for the killing of Finn Newsome s mom On one side she believes her dad is a good person, but on the other side isn t sure of what to believe any She talks about on page 35 how it s harder than I could have ever imagined to read the newspaper and listen to the news to hear his name She is referring to all the publicity her In Guilty, the character Lila is interested about what happened, but is also mortified that she lost her dad who talked about making up to her the years he was in jail for the killing of Finn Newsome s mom On one side she believes her dad is a good person, but on the other side isn t sure of what to believe any She talks about on page 35 how it s harder than I could have ever imagined to read the new...

  7. says:

    I just finished re reading Guilty by Norah McClintock I am really fond of McClintock s way of writing, and the structure of her books This book is not part of a series as far as i know This book is a two main character book The way this is written is first person point of view, and every other chapter the POV alternates betw...

  8. says:

    Finn is used to death, he found his mother murdered on the floor, and he witnessed his stepmother shot and killed Lila has just heard about her father murdering someone, and being murdered When these two come together, it s not easy at first, emotions run wild These two help each other out, and in turn solve the mystery of who actually killed Finn s mother and stepmother, and try to prove Lila s fathers innocence.I picked this book up because it s by Norah McClintock, and I ve been reading a Finn is used to death, he found his mother murdered on the floor, and he witnessed his stepmother shot and killed Lila has just heard about her father murdering someone, a...

  9. says:

    Guilty By Seglin, Shannon, School Library Journal, 03628930, Jun2012, Vol 58, Issue 6.Gr 8 Up Lila Ouimette s father is shot, apparently while committing murder Finn Newsome witnesses a man who happens to be Lila s father kill his stepmother Then he sees his father kill the man It happens that the man is the same one who killed Finn s birth mother 10 years earlier Finn has the feeling that this just can t be a coincidence and struggles to find answers to the two crimes Lila struggles Guilty By Seglin, Shannon, School Library Journal, 03628930, Jun2012, Vol 58, Issue 6.Gr 8 Up Lila Ouimette s father is shot, apparently while committing murder Finn Newsome witnesses a man who happens to be Lila s father kill his stepmother Then he sees his father kill the man It happens that the man is the same one who killed Finn s birth mother 10 years earlier Finn has the feeling that this just can t be a coincidence and struggles to find answers to the two crimes Lila struggles with her father s death and wonders what kind of person he was to be involved in two deaths Finn and Lila meet at the police station, and neither one realizes who the other is Little do they know how their paths will cross as they try to comprehend what happened and who is responsible Guilty is told in fairly short, alternating chapters between Finn and Lila The resolution of the my...

  10. says:

    Even though there was no romance with the two, Finn and Lila were two cool characters I had my suspicions when Louis was accused of both crimes At first I thought he didn t kill Mrs Newsome, but did kill Tracie Then my mind was whizzed around with all the new clues coming in I was shocked when Finn actually slapped her and didn t feel any remorsethen again he was through some major trama Still not cool I was like WHOA when Finn shot his dad I was actually glad that he did, and I liked Even though there was no romance with th...

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