mystery

  1. Leslie

    Mystery-Suspense-Adventure my newsletter swap

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    Genre How to Craft Your Mystery Short Story with Steve Shrott

    Learn the three parts of a mystery and where to include what and when. Steve will show you how to outline and use free writing techniques to craft a winning mystery short. What makes a good mystery, and how to be an idea machine. How to craft openings that hook your reader, and twist endings...
  3. All The Hidden Sins

    All The Hidden Sins

    Kyra Russell is drop-dead gorgeous and Jake is only human. But despite their mutual attraction, Jake’s suspicion deepens when he learns about her gambling problem—an addiction that cost her both husband and son. Even more disturbing is Kyra’s day job. She runs a crematorium—and it’s tied to the Mob.
  4. LC Hayden

    Genre How to Craft a Mystery/Thriller with L.C. Hayden

    The book world offers its readers a variety of mysteries. Some are good, some not so good, and some are excellent. What makes the difference? It all begins with its foundation: learning how to craft a successful mystery. An award winning mystery/thriller author will show you how a successful...
  5. NEVER HAVE I EVER by LV Hay

    NEVER HAVE I EVER by LV Hay

    The story of four friends who did something terrible as teenagers, this is a tale about past transgressions coming back to haunt you decades later. Taking the childhood game ‘Never Have I Ever’ as its jumping-off point, events soon begin to spin out of control.
  6. Murder on Black Mountain

    Murder on Black Mountain

    Emma returns to her mountain home to bury her big brother, the town's Chief of Police. When the facts don't add up for Emma she to looks into the case and finds her self up against the town's founding family. The town doesn't know Emma can see auras and knows when someone is lying, so watch out.
  7. Traci Andrighetti

    Genre Master the Mystery Novel! with USA TODAY Bestselling Author Traci Andrighetti

    Want to add mystery to your life? Then write one! USA TODAY Bestselling Author Traci Andrighetti is on the case to help you investigate how whodunits are done. In her three-month mentoring course, you will develop your plot and cast of characters, outline your manuscript, and write the first...
  8. ajjohnson

    Lecture LESSON TWO: WHO IS THE VICTIM?

    Welcome back, Cozy Enthusiasts! As briefly noted in the first lesson, the victim must have a strong connection to the sleuth so that the sleuth has a compelling reason to move forward with solving the crime. Therefore, the next step in crafting a killer cozy is to decide who is the victim and...
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    When a woman linked to the supernatural, discovers her adoptive mother’s journal holds a cryptic mystery, she and her closest friends race to uncover a secret matriarchal society safeguarded by mystical unseen forces.
  12. LC Hayden

    Genre How to Craft a Mystery/Thriller with L.C. Hayden

    The book world offers its readers a variety of mysteries. Some are good, some not so good, and some are excellent. What makes the difference? It all begins with its foundation: learning how to craft a successful mystery. An award winning mystery/thriller author will show you how a successful...
  13. Death Masks: Author's New Updated Edition

    Death Masks: Author's New Updated Edition

    Let’s hunt a serial murderer! Bill encounters an assault during a jog at the park. He becomes obsessed with finding this killer before anyone else dies. Then it sets its sights on his girlfriend.
  14. Stevens7_2000-yahoo.ie

    Genre How to Craft Your Mystery Short Story with Steve Shrott

    Learn the three parts of a mystery and where to include what and when. Steve will show you how to outline and use free writing techniques to craft a winning mystery short. What makes a good mystery, and how to be an idea machine. How to craft openings that hook your reader, and twist endings...
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    Genre Colonel Mustard in the Library with the...Cell Phone? Updating Traditional Mysteries with Erica Obey

    *** Registration is now full. *** Is there still a place in mystery-writing for those of us who grew up loving Agatha Christie? Long considered an outmoded, escapist genre, traditional mysteries are making a comeback – arguably because readers could use a little escapism right now. This will...
  16. ajjohnson

    Genre Three Steps to a Killer Cozy with Andrea J. Johnson

    *** Registration is now full. *** Crafting a mystery series can be fraught with peril, but there are three questions that lie at the heart of the terror: Who are the suspects? What makes them suspects? Who is the sleuth? This session will help you use those three questions to kick start a...
  17. Becky Martinez

    Genre Solving the Mystery of Writing Suspense with Becky Martinez

    Ever wanted to write a mystery? They can be fun, they can be frightening, they can be deadly. But writing a mystery can also be a mystery itself– whether it’s a stand alone or a series, or a romantic suspense or amateur sleuth, or hard boiled detective. Learn all the basics of writing a...
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    Joe Vanetti is a cop intent on tracking down a jewel thief from his past, and is willing to play boyfriend to his childhood nemesis Angela Rossi. But the weekend celebration at a mountain resort soon turns deadly. This Christmas will be one neither will forget, assuming they live to see the day.
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    The day she was kidnapped changed her life forever. Now Kelsey Tremayne is back and someone doesn't want her to remember. With the help of Detective Sam Carmichael, they discover a truth so explosive that it not only threatens any hope of a future but also their very lives.
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    He hates reporters. She's investigating him for police corruption. When a serial killer puts her on speed dial, the two team up and sparks fly. But can they have a future before she becomes the next target?