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Topic: To Catch a Killer by Sheryl Scarborough

Yesterday I read chapter 1 of Sheryl Scarborough's book "To Catch a Killer". This book is about a girl, Erin Blake, whose mother was murdered when she was a toddler, and the case was never solved as to who had done it. Now 14 years later her favorite biology teacher, Miss P, was murdered and Erin had been the one to find her body. She was doing a biology project for extra marks and had gone over to her teachers house to put something in her mailbox but when Erin came the door to the teachers house was wide open so when she went inside she found Miss P’s body on the floor. Erin thinks that somehow these 2 murders were linked but she doesn’t know how or why. Chapter 1 is basically just her getting questioned by the police about the murder.

Re: To Catch a Killer by Sheryl Scarborough

Today I started reading chapter 2 of the book “To Catch a Killer” written by Sheryl Scarborough. In the beginning of this chapter Erin says how she only know about 6 or 7 things about her mother. Her mother's best friend, Rachel, who Erin has lived with since she was three, won’t tell her anything about her mother and she tells Erin that it’s because her murder is still and open police investigation and she can’t say anything about her but Erin knows it’s because she doesn’t really want to talk about it. Erin has never really known anything about her actual family because she doesn’t know who her dad is and her mother was an only child and her parents died before Erin was born. One of the main reasons Erin and Miss Peters got along so well was because Miss Peters knew a lot about DNA and they were hoping that one day they could maybe figure out who Erin's father was using DNA.