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Karen Morrissey
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The Categorical Imperative means you Kant always get what you want.
The Categorical Imperative means you Kant always get what you want.

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Murder on the Orient Express
After watching all 70 episodes of British ITV's Agatha Christie's Poirot, I thought no one else could ever do the character of detective Hercule Poirot as well as actor David Suchet did. I was mistaken. For my birthday, I treated myself to an opening day vi...
Murder on the Orient Express
Murder on the Orient Express
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"Onset": A Short Story
I've finally gotten through the first draft of the first act of my mystery novel. It's been slow going. I'm continuing to develop the character of Evelyn Malsage, a schizophrenic woman who becomes the amateur sleuth of my story. Here's just a little bit of ...
"Onset": A Short Story
"Onset": A Short Story
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Research: But I Don't Know Any Reporters!
Last time I gave a review of Writing Mysteries , edited by Sue Grafton . This post will be the first of what I expect to be many postings on research I've needed to do to successfully write my first murder mystery. As I've posted previously, one of the majo...
Research: But I Don't Know Any Reporters!
Research: But I Don't Know Any Reporters!
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Review: Writing Mysteries, A Handbook by the Mystery Writers of Amerca
Last time I wrote about how I selected the point of view for my murder mystery, and why I did not use the first-person point of view loved by many mystery writers and their readers. This time, I'm providing a book review relevant to mystery writing. As I've...
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Point of View, or Through Whose Eyes Do I Present My Murder Mystery?
Last time I reviewed the writing guide Don't Murder Your Mystery . The time before that I wrote about the advice to "write what you know" and why I found the advice less limiting than it first sounded. This time, I'm going to talk about point of view option...
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Why and how I started to write my first murder mystery. The origins of my protagonist, Evelyn Malsage.
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I've start a blog for my identity as an author. Here's my first posting. The topic of the blog will be how to write a murder mystery.
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This is a test of G+1 recommending, however, I really do recommend this book.
Immortal Betrayal
Immortal Betrayal
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