Started this discussion. Last reply by I. J. Parker May 30, 2012.
That evening began much like any other. Luc and Beth Jordan on holiday, not only recuperating from an attack on Beth by a mugger, but taking a break from the stresses of purchasing their new home. They were on their way to have dinner at a favorite restaurant, Beth at the wheel, and Luc amused at something on his cell. The road ahead was clear, and…Continue
Posted on February 26, 2014 at 7:09am
Wandering through the true crime section of the library today, I noticed an entire section devoted to Jack the Ripper. While I have seen that before in stores and libraries, the one in our local branch seems to be quite excessively large, considering that as far as I know, he has never been positively identified.
I have to wonder why the fascination. I also have to admit that I have read quite a number of books about those particular murders and have seen quite a number of…Continue
Posted on February 20, 2012 at 11:20am — 1 Comment
At I.J.'s suggestion, I am placing the blog in its entirety here. Thanks, I.J.
Are there different 'categories' of murder? You bet there are. Let's broaden our killing horizons.
When you write crime fiction and your plot includes a murder, what kind of murder do you use in your story? Now, I’m not referring to how your character gets bumped off (i.e., shot, stabbed, etc.). I’m talking about the various ’categories’, if you will, of murder Let me…Continue
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