Write a Good Mystery

Write a Detective Novel Today, Crime Writing, Rules for Writing Detective Stories (Write Me Dearly)
Narrated by: Kimiko Alexandre
Length: 38 mins
Categories: Self Development, How-To
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Write a good (great) mystery.

What you see on television isn't always right.

We gathered information from the real deal and incorporated it into this book. Not only will this give your writing that much more realism, but it will directly reflect you and as a debut writer.

So it's okay, breathe... we got you.

What will you get when you listen to this book?

  • Figure out how your detective will use sketches and investigative notes . This is a great way to bring in twists and plot turns.
  • Stakeouts are definitely going to be covered in this book. So... be... prepared!
  • And what about suspect interrogation techniques? Yep, we got those too.

Grab yourself a hot tamale - Scratch that; how about some popcorn? - and enjoy the listen.

Requirements are: A brain, a story, and a writing drive.

Create a realistic story that will blow the minds of your readers.

©2015 Ora Rosalin (P)2015 Rosalin Sisters

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OK for the basics.

Covers the essentials for an American-centric detective novel, not covering anything you really couldn't get from reading a TV tropes page and a Wikipedia article.

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How to do poor police work

I heard noting about writing. It is more like a bad police training manual. A short book that never mentions how to construct a mystery, devising a puzzle or creating suspense.

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WORST HOW TO BOOK EVER!

Horrible! No words to describe just how bad this book is. This is almost a satire of a bad how-to book! There is not one ounce of wisdom to be gained from it! I am very disappointed in Audible! I will be after a refund.