Blog Posts - Murder Mystery



The Invitation

“Okay Emma, do you feel up to talking about that night?”Emma changed position in her chair and stared at the fidgeting fingers in her lap. “Yeah, I guess.”“Go ahead.”“That night…. Uh, my friend Carlos was in a film production class at...
by They're Only Shadows on Aug 11, 2016

My 31st Birthday: A Party to Die For

I've always been fond of mysteries and solving puzzles. When I was a kid, my favorite books to read were Nancy Drew and a bit of Hardy Boys. Also read Encyclopedia Brown. Then in high school, I played Cluedo a lot with my friends after school. I also...
by Ruby Red Confession on Jul 17, 2016

Cover Reveal: "Under the Full Moon," by Mike Zimmerman

For months, gruesome murders have gone unexplained near a rural English tavern in the woods. The deaths have been primal, and on the eve of the latest corpse discovery, a stranger enters town. Desperate to earn the trust of the patrons that same even...
by Susan Heim on Writing on Jun 20, 2016

Featured Book: Trial of Injustice by T.K. Ware

Trial of Injustice by T.K. Ware GUILTY UNTIL PROVEN INNOCENT On a Thursday morning in Banker, Alabama the body of a twenty-one year-old woman was discovered murdered. After the police and forensics inspected, with the help of eyewitnesses and fingerp...
by Epic Book Quest on May 16, 2016

Featured Book: Trial of Injustice by T.K. Ware

Trial of Injustice by T.K. Ware GUILTY UNTIL PROVEN INNOCENT On a Thursday morning in Banker, Alabama the body of a twenty-one year-old woman was discovered murdered. After the police and forensics inspected, with the help of eyewitnesses and fingerp...
by Epic Book Quest on May 16, 2016

Retribution

His back killing him, Joe Garner looked over at the small redbud tree in its plastic pot with contempt as it waited for him to finish the hole he was digging in the backyard. He could feel the blisters forming as the shovel pierced another inch into...
by They're Only Shadows on Feb 28, 2016

Quicksand

Slocumb wanted to score some coke and get wasted, but he knew where that would take him. He could buy a twelve-pack and get drunk, which would legally lead him back to the same place, however, he had enough sense left to realize that temporary relief...
by Harry Slocumb on Feb 12, 2016

Scene Of The Crime

Going back to the scene of the crime seemed like a foolish thing to do, but Slocumb did it despite his reservations. After taking the Strafford exit, he found his way to Sutter Road and attempted to recall every detail about that night, which was fut...
by Harry Slocumb on Feb 11, 2016

Living In My Own Asylum 4060

Buffalo, Oklahoma, September 25, 1934 “Split in two split in two, his brains are on the ground. Split in two split in two, he was tracked down by a hound. Split in two split in two, he was a shady, no good man. Split in two split in two, he&#...
by Scragg Man on Oct 27, 2015

Depravity In The Dust Bowl 4059

Louis Miles journal or whatever you want to call it provided Blake with a great amount of enjoyment while I found it lurid, unsettling, and downright disgusting. Descriptions of animal cruelty, bestiality, allusions of murder, and irrational rants ma...
by Scragg Man on Oct 27, 2015

Subete ga F ni Naru: The Perfect Insider – First Impression (Mild spoilers)

I picked this at complete random. Had no idea what it was about. I just wanted to watch something before going to sleep and I picked this. For starters, it goes right into the opening. Most shows don’t do that now. So it was a bit jarring, but...
by Meimi132 no Itonami on Oct 21, 2015

Top 5: Short Manga

Ah, the return of the list.  I sure used to write a lot of these things.  I wonder what happened. Either way, I hope you like this list of my top 5 favorite “short” manga! Note: I haven’t read much manga, so you might not see your...
by Popculturemecha on Sep 25, 2015

Mysteriously Yours Dinner Theatre: Superhero

There's a new show in town and they call it Superhero! Mysteriously Yours, Toronto's only interactive murder mystery dinner theatre, has done it again with one of their best shows yet. The setting: a superhero convention. The characters: celebrities,...
by Toronto Teacher Mom on Aug 13, 2015

Buy, Borrow, Bypass: Mariticide Edition

Without really meaning to, I tend to read in themes—one book leads me to another and to another. And lately, that theme is MARITICIDE—stories in which women kill their husbands. Which, when my husband picked up on the new direction my reading...
by Book Riot on Jul 13, 2015

The Connicle Curse by Gregory Harris – Victorian Detective Returns

The post The Connicle Curse by Gregory Harris – Victorian Detective Returns appeared first on A Million Kindle Books. When I met Colin Pendragon for the first time in the pages of The Arnifour Affair, I was impressed. The whole concept of a Victori...

The Sussex Downs Murder by John Bude – Resurrected

The post The Sussex Downs Murder by John Bude – Resurrected appeared first on A Million Kindle Books. The Sussex Downs Murder was printed sometime in the 1930s. And these books are going to be reprinted now. I am a big fan of British mysteries. I m...

Folly by Stella Cameron – Contemporary British Mystery

Interview With Frankie Bow, Author of “The Musubi Murder”

Like the fictional professor Molly Barda, author Frankie Bow teaches at a public university. Unlike her protagonist, she is blessed with delightful students, sane colleagues, a loving family, and a perfectly nice office chair. She believes if life is...
by Pat Bertram Introduces . . . on Mar 14, 2015

Book Review: Badlands

Badlands by C.J. Box My rating: 5 of 5 stars View all my reviews I am a C.J. Box fan. I’ve read the entire Joe Pickett series (15 books) so when “Badlands” (Minotaur 2015) showed up... Beginning to write The Next Best Seller. Come...
by Word Dreams on Mar 13, 2015

The Talking Dog

a talkin' dog?By reading the title of this post many people will quickly think about the numerous youtube videos where a dog is made to talk. But for me and maybe others around my age group, I quickly think about an episode of  The Andy Griffith...
by The Crypto Crew on Feb 17, 2015


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