The Death of Cindy James: Accident, Suicide, or Murder? Author Lauren Carr walks us through this case featured from the first book of her Mac Faraday Mystery Series.
Another Series? C.S. McDonald takes us through why she writes several different Mystery genres!
Grace O'Malley: Where History Meets Mystery with Kari Bovée. Follow Kari as she explores the Mystery behind Irish Women Grace O'Malley!
Mystery Authors on Mystery Novels
We’re all addicted to a good mystery, but so are our favorite authors. Here are 25 of my favorite quotes about the mystery genre from the authors we love to read.
On The Hunt: Dots … and More Dots with Author Anita Dickason!
POP CULTURE PROPHETS With Jon Land A special Guest Post From Jon Land in Partner with Partners In Crime Virtual Book Tours.
As a mystery writer, I have a dilemma: I love the old-fashioned mysteries.
You know, the ones. The master detective solves the murder simply by talking to the suspects while peering at the crime scene with his magnifying glass. All the while, he is on his pipe and examining the evidence without gloves. Then, when he identifies the culprit, the killer confesses and goes away to jail because the detective’s deduction of the evidence is so overwhelming that it is useless to deny it.
Everyone loves a good heroine. That statement got me wondering, what are the qualities that make a memorable heroine? Beauty? Pride? A strong will? Stubborn beyond belief? Courage? A kind soul who is generous to a fault?