Originally posted by anhidridoyolazo

That moment when a character you met and fell in love with in book 1 dies a tragic, horrible death at the end of book 5, and it was hinted at both at the end of book 2 and in the middle of book 5, but it still tears you to pieces to see them go out like that.

The Characters of Copper: Matthew Freeman

Doctor Matthew Freeman is a doctor who accompanied Major Robert Morehouse during the Civil War as his valet, where he first encountered Kevin Corcoran. When called upon, Freeman now assists Corcoran in murder investigations though he receives no credit for contribution to Corcoran’s cases.

Freeman practices modern scientific methods of deduction which Corcoran’s superiors believe to be his own work, and Corcoran doesn’t tell them otherwise, as the higher-ups of the police force will quickly discredit any work done by an African-American.

Even If She Falls || Matthew

After that day at the park, Charlotte hasn’t been seeing Matthew around; although it began to worry her she knew Matthew would be alright. Walking through the hallways, she took out her phone ready to text Matt as she made her way to her locker. A smile began to slowly trigger on her lips as she began to press the buttons on her fingers. Matthew had that affect on her, he seem to make her smile whether it was someone saying his name or just seeing his name pop out on her phone. After she was done texting, she grabbed her books from her bag slowly putting them in her locker, hoping Matt was somewhere around school thinking about her.

You'll Never Believe What This Mom Did With Her Son's Uniform

You’ll Never Believe What This Mom Did With Her Son’s Uniform

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As we celebrate this 4th of July, many will remember our forefathers who were responsible for the birth of the Declaration of Independence. Upon it’s completion, Continental Congress leader John Adams wrote this to his wife Abigail:

“… the most memorable epoch in the history of America. I am apt to believe that it will be celebrated by succeeding generations as the great anniversary festival. It…

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