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What are the conventions of crime fiction?

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the conventions are what makes the genre what it is. suspense, justice, suspects, a detective, etc. that is true as a whole, but that is rather vague, which is unfortunately a very apt term for describing the conventions of any and all genres
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Usually has cops walking around interviewing witnesses and potential perps. They never show the boring stuff real cops do like gather evidence, work in the lab and putting together
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Gangs (or manfia) Dark clothes Weapons (guns knifes) Drugs Mystery Vast amounts of money (extreme wealth or poverty) Sex trade (usually exploitation of women) Non diegtic sounds Italian
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This should start you off. History of crime fiction http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_…
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