Category Mystery

The Mystery Writer Ahmad Khawaja

Monday, 11 July 2016 Mystery  No comments

The Mystery Writer Ahmad Khawaja

Ahmad Khawaja, the known Agatha Awardee, first started writing at the age of 11 after reading his first suspense and mystery novel. The first novel he read was that of Edgar Allan Poe’s Murders in the Rue Morgue. Ever since then the boy Ahmad had been inspired to relive his own creative mysteries through his writings.

Ahmad Khawaja was born in Oregon, Texas on 1981 as the middle child out of 5 kids. Living in a poverty state, Ahmad enjoyed his free time at the local library and spent his time reading books. Ahmad’s first novel after reading Poe never got published as his manuscript was burned during a house fire. Still, it did not hinder his talents to be known to the world...

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Mystery Behind Choosing Rocket Spanish

Thursday, 14 July 2016 Mystery  No comments

Mystery Behind Choosing Rocket Spanish

Whether learning something can be darn difficult or not, that would depend on several factors. There’s the degree of difficulty and the details involved regarding the subject or that something you are trying to learn. It also depends on the learning tools you are using and of course the willingness of the person to learn. You know that learning can be about perspective as well. Some learn well and fast because they enjoy gaining that information and that they know and understand the purpose why they are learning a particular thing.
Learning a new language is something that many individuals would count as a tough task. However, that’s not usually the case. As mentioned earlier, it can be because of the tools that the student is using...

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Mystery Stories, Print Or Audio Books, Are Timeless In Suspense

Wednesday, 20 July 2016 Mystery  No comments

Mystery Stories, Print Or Audio Books, Are Timeless In Suspense

In 1819, author E.T.A Hoffmann wrote a brilliant novel “Das Fraulein von Scuderi” a highly suspenseful, well written plot of twists and turns with believable characters and descriptive terrains, which became a back drop for many authors to emulate. It is widely thought that Edgar Allen Poe’s novel, “The Murders in the Rue Morgue,” was influenced by Hoffmann’s work. Writers of all genres can usually agree that they have been influenced by earlier works. Arthur Conan Doyle was one such writer. His “Sherlock Holmes” books inspired not only future writers but Hollywood as well.

It was during this time, (the 1920s), that the dime novels were in full swing...

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The Wyvern Mystery: Great Horror Classic At Cheap Price

Saturday, 23 July 2016 Mystery  No comments

The Wyvern Mystery: Great Horror Classic At Cheap Price

THE WYVERN MYSTERY is masterpiece that comes from a well-known Irish author Sheridan Le Fanu who has written dozen of horror books which are quite thrilling and are selling well in the market. The Writer in this fascinating love story has managed to keep reader guessing by incorporating a rich combination of mystery and horror. This is why it is more popular than other cheap horror books available in the market.

The WYVERN MYSTERY is among the best cheap books with a thrilling romantic story. It tells you the story of a helpless girl who is brought up by a Squire who hastened the murder of her late father. Anyway, she grows up and gains the love of Squire and his squire’s elder son, Charles...

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Book Review – Wrapped in Rain

Saturday, 23 July 2016 Mystery  No comments

Book Review – Wrapped in Rain

“Child, Love always wins, always has – always will!”

Timeless words of instruction from the memories of ‘Miss Ella’ float through “Wrapped in Rain” by Charles Martin and capture your heart, strike down your pride, and offer glimpses of the mystery of Grace.

This is a story of two abused boys, a self-absorbed money hungry father, a self sacrificing little black woman and how love wins over incomprehensible physical, mental, and emotional pain.

Tucker Rain providentially meets his childhood friend (Katy Withers) and her son one stormy night. The next day, Tucker discovers his schizophrenic brother (Mutt Mason) has escaped the mental ward. Tucker, Katy, and Jayce (Katy’s five year son) set off to find him and bring him home.

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Books In Sync Recognizes Author Gary Starta

Tuesday, 26 July 2016 Mystery  No comments

Books In Sync Recognizes Author Gary Starta

Gary Starta is a science fiction, fantasy and mystery author who creates fiction on the fringe of genre and imagination. His latest novel Gods of the Machines incorporates mystery with science fiction and romance…..

Gary Starta is a former journalist who studied English and Journalism at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst.

His love for science fiction compelled him to write his first novel ‘ What Are You Made Of? ‘ published in 2006. Inspired by Isaac Asimov, the science fiction novel focuses on intelligent artificial life and whether sentient androids should possess the same rights as humans...

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8 Tips to Get Your Mystery Murder Fiction Published

Friday, 29 July 2016 Mystery  No comments

8 Tips to Get Your Mystery Murder Fiction Published

It can’t be denied that I am green in the community of published authors. Our debut mystery book, LIAR LIAR, is planned to be released in September 2010. My sisters and I signed a two book contract with Poisoned Pen Press and we are completing the second mystery novel in the Cat DeLuca series now. Many people wonder about the ways we beat the bleak publishing odds and now I will tell them. If you have no particular qualifications or very little good sense you can get published too.

Here are my 8 tips to writing fiction and getting your mystery book published:

1) Design a book jacket with the name of your novel, drape it over a hardback book and carry it with you...

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Wicked-the Musical Mystery

Monday, 1 August 2016 Mystery  No comments

Wicked-the Musical Mystery

Wicked is one of the most popular musicals in recent memory. With songs and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz and book by Winnie Holzman, the story is loosely based on the best-selling novel by Gregory Maguire, Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West. The show celebrated its 7th Anniversary on October 30, 2010. It is currently the 25th longest-running show in musical theatre history and the 17th longest-running Broadway show, having played over 2,926 performances to date.
The short Munchkins feeling comfortable with middle-class stability and the Tin Man is victimized by the domestic violence. Instead of these evident tales, a little green-skinned girl is the centre of the story of Wicked. Her name is Elphaba...

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The Best Dog Grooming Books Reviewed

Thursday, 4 August 2016 Mystery  No comments

The Best Dog Grooming Books Reviewed

Receiving been with us for thousands of years, there exists a strong relationship between individuals and the members of the canine family that can at times even surpass the affinity we have for our private kind. Should you are someone who’s privileged being accompanied by these faithful animals then this article about “dog grooming books” may possibly indicate being an excellent go through in your case. So go through along as we talk about a quantity of perspectives regarding the topic of dog grooming books including the their pricing and their contents, so that the next time you happen to be within the bookshop you can use a greater believed of what you want to select, when it will appear to this topic.

Staying a portion of this greedy ...

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Book Review – Sphere by Michael Crichton

Wednesday, 17 August 2016 Mystery  No comments

Book Review – Sphere by Michael Crichton

Michael Crichton is well-known for writing all types of books; from medical thrillers, to science fiction, to stories with historical plots. Crichton’s book Sphere, written over twenty years ago in 1987, fits into the science fiction category with military and biology mixed into the story. The author uses his Harvard medical degree and knowledge of biology well in this story to enhance the plot and make the book more interesting.

This story revolves around a psychologist named Norman Johnson. In Johnson’s past, he wrote a document for the government stating what would happen if aliens were to visit Earth...

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