2. The Antagonists

“An antagonist is a character, group of characters and/or institution that represents opposition against which the protagonist must contend.”

You could argue that Kate and Gerry McCann are the protagonists of the story as they are the main characters – and that Goncalo Amaral is the antagonist.  I can understand that point of view and have no problem with it, but I have chosen to assign these roles as I feel the McCanns do not have the audience on their side and it seems like their job is to antagonise people.

The role of antagonist is usually assigned to the villain of the story and this is exactly how the majority of the critical audience perceive the McCanns.  It is also how the story presents them and how the characters are portrayed.  The entire narrative is geared towards presenting them this way – in the same way that Amaral is presented as the protagonist.

I have never seen two people court suspicion quite like the McCanns.  From the early days when they would publicly go jogging in matching outfits to newspapers headlines about their sex life – the McCanns excel in baiting the public.

 

The Balloon Photograph

On the 12th May 2007 Madeleine McCann’s fourth-birthday was marked with a special church service.  It was during this day that some of the most widely circulated photographs of Kate and Gerry McCann were captured.

These widely circulated photographs always manage to get people’s attention.  The critical reaction will usually focus on the fact they are both laughing / smiling only 9-days after their daughter’s reported disappearance.  Critics then share these images online which attract even more attention to the photographs, to the point where anyone who has ever looked at the Madeleine McCann story will have already seen these photographs.  I have not plucked the balloon photograph from obscurity, this is the No.1 photograph used by online critics.

What we discovered from the first article was anything ‘the critics’ repeatedly draw our attention towards is an indication that an allusion is being pushed, but what is the allusion here?

If we take a closer look at the image, we can see that Kate McCann is holding something in her hand:

Kate is holding a prayer card that has been carefully placed so when Kate holds it up – which she does throughout the scene – the image of this prayer card is always visible to the cameras.  This staging of the prop is done in preparation for the moment when Kate and Gerry McCann both start smiling.

This is the prayer card that Kate is holding:  source

As we can see, this is a Roman Catholic prayer card featuring Saint Josemaría Escrivá – the founder of Opus Dei:

“Since 2003, Opus Dei has received world attention as a result of Dan Brown’s novel The Da Vinci Code and the 2006 film based on the novel.  In The Da Vinci Code, Opus Dei is portrayed as a Catholic organization that is led into a sinister international conspiracy.”  source

This is another allusion to The Da Vinci Code and this time it is a direct link between the antagonists of each story.  Kate McCann is holding an image that symbolises their intertextual counterparts, Opus Dei.

This film / image has been set up and planned.  The prayer card is a symbolic prop that adds depth and meaning to the images by reinforcing the character role of the McCanns.  That is creative process.

The first article has already demonstrated that the Madeleine McCann story and The Da Vinci Code have an intertextual relationship.  The author of the Madeleine story uses The Da Vinci Code as source material for their story.  When we look at the many allusions to this novel is almost impossible to deny and now we have another clear allusion that we can add to that list.

Opus Dei have been fictionalised antagonists before Dan Brown came along, but not as often as you might think.  In Jerry Pournelle’s 1974 Science Fiction story ‘Enforcer’ the antagonist is affiliated with Opus Dei.  In Donna Lean’s 1997 detective novel ‘The Death of Faith’ the book’s mystery involve sinister activities by Opus Dei and the protagonist struggles to prove their crimes because Opus Dei is deemed too powerful.

It was ONLY when The Da Vinci Code came along that the idea of Opus Dei as antagonists entered mainstream culture.  This idea was at its absolute peak when the Madeleine McCann story broke in May 2007, which means the most well known contemporary antagonists at the time of these photographs were Opus Dei.

Front Page News: McCann

On the 12th May 2007 Madeleine McCann’s fourth-birthday was marked with a special church service.  It was during this day that some of the most widely circulated photographs of Kate and Gerry McCann were captured.

These widely circulated photographs always manage to get people’s attention.  The critical reaction will usually focus on the fact they are both laughing / smiling only 9-days after their daughter’s reported disappearance.  Critics then share these images online which attract even more attention to the photographs, to the point where anyone who has ever looked at the Madeleine McCann story will have already seen these photographs.  I have not plucked the balloon photograph from obscurity, this is the No.1 photograph used by online critics.

What we discovered from the first article was anything ‘the critics’ repeatedly draw our attention towards is an indication that an allusion is being pushed, but what is the allusion here?

If we take a closer look at the image, we can see that Kate McCann is holding something in her hand:

Kate is holding a prayer card that has been carefully placed so when Kate holds it up – which she does throughout the scene – the image of this prayer card is always visible to the cameras.  This staging of the prop is done in preparation for the moment when Kate and Gerry McCann both start smiling.

This is the prayer card that Kate is holding:  source

As we can see, this is a Roman Catholic prayer card featuring Saint Josemaría Escrivá – the founder of Opus Dei:

“Since 2003, Opus Dei has received world attention as a result of Dan Brown’s novel The Da Vinci Code and the 2006 film based on the novel.  In The Da Vinci Code, Opus Dei is portrayed as a Catholic organization that is led into a sinister international conspiracy.”  source

This is another allusion to The Da Vinci Code and this time it is a direct link between the antagonists of each story.  Kate McCann is holding an image that symbolises their intertextual counterparts, Opus Dei.

This film / image has been set up and planned.  The prayer card is a symbolic prop that adds depth and meaning to the images by reinforcing the character role of the McCanns.  That is creative process.

The first article has already demonstrated that the Madeleine McCann story and The Da Vinci Code have an intertextual relationship.  The author of the Madeleine story uses The Da Vinci Code as source material for their story.  When we look at the many allusions to this novel is almost impossible to deny and now we have another clear allusion that we can add to that list.

Opus Dei have been fictionalised antagonists before Dan Brown came along, but not as often as you might think.  In Jerry Pournelle’s 1974 Science Fiction story ‘Enforcer’ the antagonist is affiliated with Opus Dei.  In Donna Lean’s 1997 detective novel ‘The Death of Faith’ the book’s mystery involve sinister activities by Opus Dei and the protagonist struggles to prove their crimes because Opus Dei is deemed too powerful.

It was ONLY when The Da Vinci Code came along that the idea of Opus Dei as antagonists entered mainstream culture.  This idea was at its absolute peak when the Madeleine McCann story broke in May 2007, which means the most well known contemporary antagonists at the time of these photographs were Opus Dei.

 

Scotland Yard

In May 2011, it was reported that Scotland Yard had begun an investigative review into the Madeleine McCann story.

“The review was launched in May 2011 following a request to Scotland Yard from Home Secretary Theresa May, with the support of the Prime Minister David Cameron.”  source

This investigative review was named ‘Operation Grange’ and DCI Redwood (pictured below) was placed head of operations:  source

According to reports, DCI Redwood had twenty-eight detectives and seven support staff in his team.  The cost of this ongoing government-funded operation is now in excess of £11 million !!!  source

“Neither her parents, or any other member of the group that were with her, are either persons of interest or suspects”  source

As we can see, from the very beginning DCI Redwood was quite clear when it came to Madeleine’s parents.  As far as Operation Grange are concerned, Kate and Gerry McCann will never be considered persons of interest.

 

The Purpose of Operation Grange

The purpose of Operation Grange is to indirectly convince the audience that Kate and Gerry McCann are guilty.  We have just seen the mainstream media play the exact same game.   On one hand they appear to support the McCanns, but in reality all they are doing is pushing the audience to support the claims of Goncalo Amaral.

And this is how it works…

Operation Grange quite clearly state they will not being investigating the parents.  They openly dismiss the idea that Kate and Gerry McCann concealed the death of their daughter as something that is unthinkable.  So what exactly do Scotland Yard claim to be investigating?

Scotland Yard are solely investigating the idea that Madeleine McCann was abducted from the apartment by an unknown and will look at every possible way this could have happened.  They have looked at burglars, bogus charity workers, reports of intruders that commit sexual assaults and they have (according to reports) spoken to everyone who was in and around that area during the time of the disappearance.

Now in their seventh year, all that Operation Grange has managed to do is to systematically rule out all of these ideas.  This investigation has removed the opposition to the theory of parental involvement = supporting the claims of Goncalo Amaral.

 

Tannerman

Jane Tanner, a friend of the McCanns and a member of their holiday group, claimed that she witnessed a man carrying a blonde child away from the resort shortly before the alarm was raised.  This unknown man was known as Tannerman.

Witness statement: Jane Tanner

The descriptions of this individual were given to the police by Jane Tanner and initially this person became the main suspect in terms of an abductor.  I’m not going to get into this here, but basically critics took great delight in exposing Jane Tanner was as an unreliable witness who provides an ever-changing description.

Now, when it comes to the Madeleine McCann story, Scotland Yard are great at telling the critical audience what they already know.  According to their investigations, they had discovered the identity of Tannerman and informed the audience that he was just a regular holidaymaker.  Scotland Yard officially ruled out this previous unknown.

 

Smithman

Witness statement: Martin Smith

According to the story, the Smith family passed a man carrying a young blonde girl towards the beach around the time the alarm was raised.  They did not see his face, but the patriarch of the group, Martin Smith later claimed this person could have been Gerry McCann.

Goncalo Amaral and the vast majority of his followers have been pushing this idea for eleven-years.  They are convinced that Gerry McCann was the person witnessed by the Smith family.  During all of this time the McCanns themselves had neglected to focus on Smithman and were still pushing Tannerman.

So when Scotland Yard ruled out Tannerman this played right into the hands of Amaral supporters, but Scotland Yard didn’t stop there…

 

Crimewatch

In 2013 DCI Redwood teamed up with Crimewatch to share the results of their investigations with the viewing public.  This involved sharing these new e-fits of the suspected abductor:

Kate and Gerry McCann also appeared on this episode of Crimewatch alongside DCI Redwood to discuss the progress of this investigation.  This created a pantomime effect as critics sat at home shouting at their television that this e-fit looked exactly like Gerry McCann – which was also what Martin Smith had said in his witness statement.

So yet again, the investigations of Operation Grange fully supported the ideas of Goncalo Amaral and his legion of supporters, who couldn’t believe what they were seeing…

How can Scotland Yard not see the similarity?  Why are they not investigating Gerry McCann?  How can they be so short-sighted?  Alongside Martin Smith’s witness statement this e-fit surely proves that Gerry McCann is Smithman, etc etc.

The investigation by Scotland Yard is quite clearly baiting the critics and indirectly supporting the ideas of Goncalo Amaral.

 

Voice of Authority

What critics need is a voice of authority against Operation Grange – John Coxon, former officer of Scotland Yard:

“In other words it has done a lot of work and spent a lot of money for the sake of doing it, no other credible reason.”

Their reason is to continuously bait the critics and push the audience towards the claims of Goncalo Amaral, but I suspect that John Coxon knows this, as his comments are doing exactly the same thing.  The involvement of a former officer of Scotland Yard provides the critics with a voice of authority.

“Operation Grange is a whitewash – a vast PR exercise to promote an abduction scenario that not one shred of evidence exists to support ever even happened.”

It’s a strange way to promote the abduction scenario: by telling us that twenty-eight top detectives have been working for years, spent millions of pounds and found nothing whatsoever to support this abduction scenario.

 

‘Madeleine’ by Kate McCann

“My reason for writing is simple; to give an account of the truth.” – Kate McCann, 2011

Kate McCann and Goncalo Amaral both make claims that their book is based on facts and truth, but in reality both books are an exercise in fictional storytelling.  Kate McCann doesn’t disappoint with her book ‘Madeleine’.

Here are just a few examples…

 

‘Kate McCann’

“On 4 May 2007, I became Kate McCann. According to my passport, driving licence and bank account I was Kate Healy. I hadn’t kept my maiden name for any particular reason – it was just who I was and who I’d always been.  But when Madeleine was taken, the press automatically referred to me as Kate McCann, and Kate McCann I have been ever since. Overnight our old life had gone and I’d become a different person.”  – p.349

According to the crèche records documented in the PJ files, Kate Healy was signing the register as Kate McCann before May 4th.  So what’s going on here? Did Kate Healy sign the crèche records as Kate McCann in preparation for becoming Kate McCann?

“According to my passport…”

Which passport is that?  It’s not the one documented in the PJ files is it?  The name on that passport is Kate Marie Healy and readers of the first article will recognise the name ‘Marie / Mary’ as being an allusion.

“…Kate McCann I have been ever since. Overnight our old life had gone and I’d become a different person.” 

It wasn’t overnight.  The name Kate McCann was already signed in the creche records days before the reported disappearance.

 

Melton Mowbray

“I did my GP training at a surgery in Melton Mowbray” – Kate McCann, p.90

Are you thinking about pork pies?  Of all the towns in Leicestershire, Kate McCann was trained in Melton Mowbray.  Kate was trained in a town synonymous with pork pies.

For those who don’t know, the term ‘pork pies’ is rhyming slang for telling lies, ‘telling porky pies’ or ‘porkies’.  This means that Kate McCann was trained in a location symbolic of her character / or how the character of Kate McCann is perceived by the critical audience.

“Kate McCann has refused to take a lie detector test about her daughter Madeleine’s disappearance, it was revealed yesterday.”  source

Why would Kate need to take a lie detector test if people didn’t suspect her of lying?  Incorporating the town of ‘Melton Mowbray’ into Kate’s story is nothing short of black comedy.  It is also another good example of how the name of a location can add depth and meaning to a story.

I am once again reminded of the 1960 Hitchcock classic ‘Psycho’.  As the opening shot pans across the city skyline the words ‘Phoenix, Arizona’ appear across the screen.  The Phoenix is a mythical bird that rises from the ashes and the ‘Phoenix’ in the movie is Norman’s dead mother.  source

As we can see, works of fiction often include locations to add meaning to a particular scene, character or story.  We have already seen the inclusion of Rothley because of its links to the Knights Templar and now we have the town of Melton Mowbray which  makes people think of pork pies – both clear examples of perfectly symbolic locations.

 

The Lorry Driver

“Take the lorry driver who recognised us in a traffic jam on the M6 one day, he pulled up alongside us, tooted his horn, showed us his Madeleine wristband through the window and gave us a fingers-crossed sign”. – Kate McCann p.34

How low is this lorry drivers cab? Or how high was the McCann’s vehicle?  How recognisable are car passengers (traffic jam or not) to a lorry driver whilst driving?

You see what I’m saying? A lorry driver’s cab is very high up compared to most vehicles which would make him the most unlikely of motorists to engage with, but wait…

“This grass-roots support really underpins the high profile help we have been so fortunate to receive.” 

The story required a good example of ‘grass-roots’ support and what could be better than an unlikely exchange with a wristband wearing salt-of-the-earth lorry driver?

 

The Birthday Party

“…we’d arranged a joint party in Leicester for Madeleine and two of her classmates in nursery, her best friend Sofia who had been born on the same day and a little boy called Sam whose birthday was within a few days of theirs”  p.128

If you’ve ever had children then you’ll already recognise the logistical problems with this unlikely scenario, but that aside… Madeleine has a three-year-old best friend who was born on exactly the same day! They’re like twins! What are the chances?

Madeleine’s best friend is also called Sofia, which is the third time this name has cropped up whilst looking at the Madeleine story.

1: Amaral’s wife is named Sofia.

2: The female protagonist in ‘The Da Vinci Code’ is called Sophie; a variant of Sofia.

3: Madeleine’s three-year-old best friend Sofia.

Note how Madeleine’s best-friend has the Portuguese variant ‘Sofia’ like Amaral’s Portuguese wife and not the English variant ‘Sophie’.

Amaral’s wife is named Sofia and the female protagonist in ‘The Da Vinci Code’ is called Sophie; a variant of Sofia.  Note how Madeleine’s best-friend has the Portuguese variant ‘Sofia’ – like Amaral’s Portuguese wife – and not the English variant ‘Sophie’.

This is also the third time we have encountered a story involving three children made-up of two girls & one boy – the McCann siblings, the Fatima children and the three children sharing this planned birthday party.

Why would you invite some 3yr old boy because his birthday is only a few days away? How does that conversation happen?  I’ve never heard of anything like this.  Maybe you could get two unrelated children to share a birthday, but I’m really stretching to accept that.   The only time this would happen would be actual twins like Madeleine’s siblings, but here we’re supposed to believe that THREE unrelated children planned to share a birthday party.  The author had to include the boy character for reasons already explained.

All of these personal stories, just like in Amaral’s book, are nothing to do with reality. They are symbolic.

The story here is reflective of the remaining McCann siblings and their reported situation. In conclusion, the birthday story is a fictional device created to mirror the main events and add depth and meaning to the narrative.

 

The Sound of Barking Dogs

This part of the narrative is about Kate and Gerry McCann going for a search in the early hours, they are alone as everyone else had left / given up:

“All was quiet apart from the sound of barking dogs, which added to the eeriness of the atmosphere. I remember opening a big dumpster-type bin and saying to myself, please God, don’t let her be in here.” – p.83

Another connection is made between the disposing of a corpse and dogs barking.  Two of the main ideas of the entire story – because that is the story they’re trying to sell.

 

Robert Galbraith

Robert Galbraith is the author of the crime novels ‘The Cuckoo’s Calling’ (2013), ‘The Silkworm’ (2014) and ‘Career of Evil’ (2015).  The protagonist of the series is Private Investigator Cormoran Strike.

“He is unique as I think every detective should be, but he’s rightly conforming to the rules of detective fiction…”  source

In December 2014, it was announced that the novels would be adapted as ‘Strike’ a television series for BBC One.  This series was first broadcast in August 2017.  The author has a fourth Cormoran Strike novel on the way and has plans for at least another ten.

“Robert Galbraith is a pseudonym for J.K. Rowling, bestselling author of the Harry Potter series.”

Robert Galbraith doesn’t exist; it was J K Rowling writing under a false name.  The famous author simply wanted to release her detective novels to a neutral audience.  This decision makes perfect sense, as she is hugely famous and if you hear the name ‘JK Rowling’ you immediately think of Harry Potter.

“Harry Potter author J K Rowling has helped Kate McCann write a book about the disappearance of daughter Madeleine”  source

According to this news report from 2011, Kate McCann turned to J K Rowling to assist her in writing the ‘Madeleine’ book.  It doesn’t matter if this story is true or false, just that a connection is being made.

This wasn’t first time J K Rowling has been linked to the Madeleine McCann story…

 

JK Rowling

“JK Rowling is using the fame to help the hunt for Madeleine McCann.  Posters of the three-year-old who went missing in Portugal will be displayed in every bookshop selling the final instalment of the young wizard’s adventures to ensure that her plight is known across the world.”  source

In July 2007 it was announced that campaign posters bearing Madeleine’s image would be on display in every bookshop selling the latest instalment of the series ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’.  So in these bookshops ‘across the world’ people will see the face Madeleine McCann next to the words ‘Deathly Hallows’ !!!

Are JK Rowling and Madeleine McCann’s parents promoting death theory?  It certainly looks that way and this is early days, it’s only been two months since Madeleine’s reported disappearance.

“Madeleine’s father Gerry McCann said the family was very grateful to the author. “This is a huge offer,” he said. “It’s such a kind gesture.””

It’s hard to believe this was JK Rowling’s idea.  The promotion has clearly been put together because the creators of the Madeleine McCann story had an opportunity to promote the idea that Madeleine is dead.

And that’s not all…

 

Harry Potter

“Harry is explicitly referred to as the Chosen One; we see him walk into the wilderness, where he is plagued with doubt… he discovers that he is seeking for the Resurrection Stone which gives the bearer power over Death; if he can find the Deathly Hallows, he will ultimately be able to banish Death entirely.”  source

The biblical / messianic allusions don’t end there: champagne glasses are refilled by magic, like the wedding at Canae: Ron’s vision of Harry and Hermione looking like Adam and Eve; a serpent / snake is Voldemort’s chosen symbol and predator.

Some Christian groups have been critical of the Harry Potter series due it’s glorification of witchcraft and wizardry. Others have argued that in fact the novels are – like CS Lewis’s Narnia series – a Christian allegory.

The idea that Harry Potter is a Christian / messianic allegory has been discussed many times on numerous platforms:

This article asks the question: Is the Boy Wizard a Messiah Figure?

An article from Christianity Today, which asks:  Is Harry the Chosen One?

The Jewish Journal asks: Is Harry Potter the Jewish Idea of the Messiah?

JK Rowling writes messianic allegories and detective fiction stories.  Now, I’m not saying that JK Rowling is the author of the Madeleine McCann story, but I am saying they both share the same unique genre combination.  This understanding adds depth to their connection by introducing the idea of an intertextual relationship.  In other words, JK Rowling was not ‘helping out’ the McCanns.

 

Conclusion

I think it’s clear that Kate and Gerry McCann are the antagonists of this story and are complicit in their own incrimination.  They are playing the roles of villains and they continuously provide the audience with reasons to dislike and suspect them.  This is exactly the reason why critics are so convinced of their guilt.

In the balloon photographs Kate McCann is deliberately holding an image that is symbolic of their intertextual counter-parts, Opus Dei.  At the time these images were taken (contemporary culture) Opus Dei were very well known as being the fictional antagonists.  This means that the McCanns are deliberately associating themselves with this idea.

The mainstream media – who many people believe are on the side of the McCanns – are completely onboard with the agenda of parental incrimination.  Their front pages clearly associate the parents with the role of antagonists, and the claims of Goncalo Amaral, because that is the story being sold.

Scotland Yard – who also appear to be supporting the parents – are indirectly pushing the audience towards the claims of Goncalo Amaral.  Everything that Scotland Yard have done throughout their investigations only serves to compound the suspicions of the audience towards the McCanns.  They are helping to solidify the views of Amaral supporters / believers in death theory, because again, that is the story being sold.

Kate McCann has written a book that claims to be based on facts and truth, but the book is actually an exercise in fictional narrative techniques.  This is exactly what we found with ‘The Truth of the Lie’ – a book that Goncalo Amaral claims is also based on facts and truth.  So both supposed authors claim their books to be factual, but in reality these books are pure fiction.  These books cannot be considered as non-fiction, they simply do not qualify.  I have only used a few examples, but I could literally go through both of these books from start to finish.  Just read the first page of the first chapter of Amaral’s book and you’ll see exactly what I mean.

JK Rowling and the McCanns have been closely associated from the very beginnin

I think it’s clear that Kate and Gerry McCann are the antagonists of this story and are complicit in their own incrimination.  They are playing the roles of villains and they continuously provide the audience with reasons to dislike and suspect them.  This is exactly the reason why critics are so convinced of their guilt.

In the balloon photographs Kate McCann is deliberately holding an image that is symbolic of their intertextual counter-parts, Opus Dei.  At the time these images were taken (contemporary culture) Opus Dei were very well known as being the fictional antagonists.  This means that the McCanns are deliberately associating themselves with this idea.

The mainstream media – who many people believe are on the side of the McCanns – are completely onboard with the agenda of parental incrimination.  Their front pages clearly associate the parents with the role of antagonists, and the claims of Goncalo Amaral, because that is the story being sold.

Scotland Yard – who also appear to be supporting the parents – are indirectly pushing the audience towards the claims of Goncalo Amaral.  Everything that Scotland Yard have done throughout their investigations only serves to compound the suspicions of the audience towards the McCanns.  They are helping to solidify the views of Amaral supporters / believers in death theory, because again, that is the story being sold.

Kate McCann has written a book that claims to be based on facts and truth, but the book is actually an exercise in fictional narrative techniques.  This is exactly what we found with ‘The Truth of the Lie’ – a book that Goncalo Amaral claims is also based on facts and truth.  So both supposed authors claim their books to be factual, but in reality these books are pure fiction.  These books cannot be considered as non-fiction, they simply do not qualify.  I have only used a few examples, but I could literally go through both of these books from start to finish.  Just read the first page of the first chapter of Amaral’s book and you’ll see exactly what I mean.

JK Rowling and the McCanns have been closely associated from the very beginning of the Madeleine McCann story.  Their first association being a book launch that placed the image of Madeleine McCann next to the words Deathly Hallows in book stores across the world.  This is a clear example of the Madeleine McCann story pushing the narrative that Madeleine McCann died and this happened before Goncalo Amaral was making his claims.

The relationship between JK Rowling and the Madeleine McCann story is an intertextual one as they are both associated with messianic / Christian allegories.  We are also informed that JK Rowling helped Kate McCann write her book and then years later we find out that JK Rowling’s true passion is actually detective fiction.  That cannot be a coincidence.  They share a unique genre combination and they are continuously and directly associated with one another.

g of the Madeleine McCann story.  Their first association being a book launch that placed the image of Madeleine McCann next to the words Deathly Hallows in book stores across the world.  This is a clear example of the Madeleine McCann story pushing the narrative that Madeleine McCann died and this happened before Goncalo Amaral was making his claims.

The relationship between JK Rowling and the Madeleine McCann story is an intertextual one as they are both associated with messianic / Christian allegories.  We are also informed that JK Rowling helped Kate McCann write her book and then years later we find out that JK Rowling’s true passion is actually detective fiction.  That cannot be a coincidence.  They share a unique genre combination and they are continuously and directly associated with one another.


Introduction


1: The Protagonist


2: The Antagonists


Final Conclusion