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Use a Date Book as a Plot Device

We've all seen this moment in a movie. Amateur sleuths, whether it's a kid or a suspicious neighbor or a wary spouse, want to do some digging and figure out what a person is really up to. The first thing they'll do is check the date book. There will be a mysterious appointment penciled in. A trip to the appointment at the right time will reveal unknown secrets. (Read more »)

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