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Review:MargaretLane says:
I like the way Kingsley wants to be there, but the others don't want him there as it makes him a target. As he was an Auror, I'd imagine he'd be anxious to take the risk if he thought it'd calm things, but I can also see why the others wouldn't want him there.

Hmm, now I'm wondering if the villain is a reporter and Hermione is using the press conference as a way of ensuring the villain will be there so they can be arrested. That'd be smart.

Skeeter did cross my mind for a moment while reading this chapter, but not until the last moment. I certainly didn't consider her before she started questioning Hermione.

And the explanation of Hermione's spell didn't come to me at all. Even after she'd been fingered as the villain, I didn't make the connection.

I knew there was something odd about that name. The use of the capital T in the middle was what made me suspicious. I was completely on the wrong track as to WHAT it meant though. I thought it was an anagram of some kind.

One mistake I noticed was that Hermione says of Skeeter's reason for committing the crime "something FOR which she holds Mr. Potter, Mr. Weasley and me responsible FOR." The sentence only needs one of those fors.

Author's Response: Thank you very much!

I've fixed the grammar mistake. Thank you for pointing it out. :)

This mystery was fun to write. Thank you very much for reading and reviewing!


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