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Author: Laura DiSilverio
Part of a mystery author’s job is presenting a slate of suspects, any one of whom could be the killer. The mystery author’s challenge is to plant a sufficient number of clues to play fair with the reader, but not do so in a way that enables readers to pinpoint the killer before the third act.Read More
In the cozy world, it is the hook that gets the reader to bite. Use these techniques to develop a solid hook for your cozy mystery series.Read More
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