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Review:CambAngst says:
You know what I feel like doing right now? I wish I could find a way to take the smilie with its tongue sticking out -- :p -- and make it half the size of the page so that's all you'd see when you started reading this review. You tricked me again! I seriously need to stop trying to guess what's happening, but you make it so much fun to try. I really think you need to write more mysteries!

OK, so let's process what we just learned. The message this time was obviously from the killer and it was obviously very personal. Directed solely at Harry by somebody who knows about Teddy, or seems to, anyway. And the victim's face was disfigured. That suggests that the killer didn't want Harry to know right away who he'd killed, although it wasn't like the victim's identity could remain a mystery forever. David knows who it is, but he can't bring himself to say. Then he panics and runs away.

And then we learn that David is some sort of shape-shifter, possibly a metamorph. And he's also Theo Moon. Or Theo Moon is actually David. Perhaps the dead man was the "real" David Malloy? That's definitely going to throw a wrench into the works.

David/Theo's section was filled with a lot of "he" and a lot of "he", to the point where I couldn't easily follow which was which. Maybe that's what you were going for, just to keep me guessing. David seems to think that either the dead man or the killer shouldn't be back in England yet. I'm going to guess that it's the dead man who wasn't supposed to be back. If the dead man is actually the "real" David Malloy, that would explain a lot. Theo Moon knew that he wasn't supposed to be back for a while, so it was easy to take his place. Exactly why Theo wanted to do that is still a mystery, but at least the pieces fit. And Theo obviously doesn't like the killer. He's trying to help Harry catch him, it appears. Good on you, Theo!

I have this feeling like Ron interrupted Harry just as he was about to have a major mental breakthrough on this case. Silly Ron, always walking into the middle of important moments in Harry's life. But it's nice to see the two best friends working things out, at least to some extent. Hopefully Ron can help Harry mend his relationships with Ginny and the rest of the family.

Another great chapter! I am really impressed with what you've done here. The story is so complex and compelling. I'll be back later...

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