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As Simple as ABC (1951)

Memorial Day, sometime in the late 1930s or 1940s, in a town not too far from Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, where the three nonagenarian Civil War veterans are quickly dying off, killed for an old joke they shared of finding Confederate treasure, only to show that anything held onto from the Confederacy is worthless. 215 more words

Reading Ellery Queen

"Pretty Little Things" by Chris Holm

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“Pretty Little Things” by Chris Holm (S1E11)

On this episode, Scott Detrow reads “Pretty Little Things” by Chris Holm, a short story originally published in the July 2013 issue of… 169 more words

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So what kind of mystery is it?

That’s a good question and one I hear frequently when I tell people I’ve published a mystery novel. Mysteries come in so many varieties that telling someone you wrote a mystery is only slightly more informative than saying you wrote a novel. 461 more words

New Mystery Book

Q.B.I. by Ellery Queen (Pocket, 1956)

Title: Q.B.I. (Queen’s Bureau of Investigation)
Editor: Ellery Queen
Imprint & Number: Pocket 1118
Cover price: .25
Publication date: 5/1956
Cover artist: photo by Milton Herder… 94 more words

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Ellery Queens Mystery Magazine

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Could it be a movie?: Stories from Ellery Queen's (Part 1)


Welcome to “Could it be a movie?,” a segment in which TMP reads stuff and tells you whether or not the written materials would make good movies. 352 more words

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Locked Room Mystery

A perfectly fine rejection letter, notable if only for its complimentary closing:

Cordially,

As a quasi-professional writer of cover letters, I have struggled mightily with the delicate matter of the closing salutation.

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