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{ARC Review} How to Fall by Jane Casey

From Goodreads: Sixteen-year-old Jess Tennant has never met any of her relatives, until her mom suddenly drags her out of London to spend the summer in the tiny English town where her family’s from. 570 more words

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ROUND UP THE (UN)USUAL SUSPECTS …

Every suspect is hiding a secret. Let me repeat for emphasis: EVERY SUSPECT IS HIDING A SECRET. It’s just that only one of them is hiding THE secret. 351 more words

Mystery Writing 101

What makes a good murderer?

You know that dramatic reveal at the end of a good mystery where the sleuth explains who committed the murder and why?  **SHOCKER!** The author had all those details worked out well before the first page. 397 more words

Mystery Writing 101

Jean-Pierre Alaux and Noël Balen on Tour: Deadly Tasting

Authors Jean-Pierre ALAUX and Noël BALEN

are featured for the 4th time on France Book Tours!
After Treachery in Bordeaux,
Grand Cru Heist,

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Mystery

You'll never guess whodunit in this mystery, and there's a really lame reason why...

What’s wrong with this short story?

Gwen worked late every Thursday night, preparing reports and assorted charts for a standing Friday morning meeting. Her family was on their own for dinner that night, but they were used to it.

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Mystery Writing 101

Shawn T. Odyssey - Oona Crate und das Rätsel des Schwarzen Turms/ The Wizard of Dark Street

Hardcover
Verlag: Thienemann
veröffentlicht 2011
Seiten: 315

Book (English/Deutsch)

Klappentext/Blurb:

New York, 1877: In der Dark Street, einer verborgenen,magischen Straße, lebt Oona Crate mit ihrem Onkel und Lehrmeister, dem großen Zauberer. 789 more words

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