Tags » Crime/Suspense

Scaring Turtle

If I could choose to go anywhere in my novel, The Westing Game, I would go to the Westing House, and I’d take Turtle as a tour guide.   134 more words

Mystery

Nov 19, 2014

driving downtown with my mom and my sister.  coming from somewhere, and i feel like this is part of the dream that i forgot.  because my sister is looking for a place to have a beer, and i feel like i have directed them downtown.   479 more words

BatShit

"Castle Cay" by Lee Hanson

I love finding a good story and this definitely is one.

The star of the show is Julie who is an expert in body language. This makes for some interesting interviews of people involved with the victim. 217 more words

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The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer by Michelle Hodkin

Mara Dyer is starting at a new school in Florida. Sounds boring, right? Well, let’s try that sentence again. Mara Dyer is starting at a new school after moving to Florida because her two best friends and her boyfriend were killed in a horrible building collapse. 392 more words

Book Reviews

Review: How Like an Angel by Margaret Millar

“What a piece of work is a man! How noble in reason, how infinite in faculty! In form and moving how express and admirable! In action how like an Angel! 753 more words

Cults

New Book Review: Red Leaves

Red Leaves by Thomas H. Cook
My rating: 2 of 5 stars

Cook is a good writer with a circular prose that can becoming irritating after a while, especially in a suspense book. 152 more words

Fiction

The Mystery Journal

This is something that I’ve always hoped to find in my lifetime. A notebook, full of writing, with no one around to claim it. It’s always been something I’ve wondered about: what other people write in their journals and notebooks and on this day I found one, I had an opportunity (and unfortunately it passed me by due to financial reasons). 323 more words

Writing