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How to Plot the Climax of Your Story on a Plot Planner using The End (1/4) of Folly by award-winning mystery writer Laurie R. King http://plotwhisperer.blogspot.com/2013/10/how-to-plot-and-write-climax-of-your.html

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from Forbes

At 83, Mary Higgins Clark Is Still A Publishing Powerhouse

Mary Higgins Clark, mystery writer, founded the famed Adams Round Table with Thomas Chastain in 1982.

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Julie Klassen won the Christy Award for this book and was a finalist for other awards. It started off in a dash and kept me glued to the pages. Loved it. ~JLL

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Elizabeth George is the New York Times bestselling author of fourteen novels of psychological suspense, one book of nonfiction, and two short-story collections. Her work has been honored with the Anthony and Agatha awards, the Grand Prix de LittÉrature PoliciÈre, and the MIMI, Germany's prestigious prize for suspense fiction. She lives in Washington State.

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Agatha Christie (1890 - 1976). The world's best-known mystery writer. Agatha Chrisite's books have sold over a billion copies in the English language and another billion in over 45 foreign languages. She is outsold only by the Bible and Shakespeare.

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from BuzzFeed

30 Renowned Authors Inspired By Cats

<b>Cats – with all their mysteriousness and adorableness and softness – have served as muses for some of the most brilliant writers in the world for centuries.</b> Some notable examples, amazing pictures, and charming quotes from 30 of the best kitty/writer combo deals.

from Better Novel Project

Crazy vs. Cozy: Deconstructing the Differences Between Thrillers & Mysteries

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from Rhea's Neon Journal

The Mystery Of Hollow Places by Rebecca Podos {Review & Giveaway}

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from Flavorwire

50 Essential Mystery Novels That Everyone Should Read

"Eye of the Needle" by Ken Follett | Follett's spy thriller set during WWII explores the mystery of war & (but of course!) of the human heart. The book won him the 1979 Edgar Award for Best Novel from the Mystery Writers of America.

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