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By Maria Johs
When two wealthy sisters decide to marry men who are not members of the elite, their only living relation does not exactly celebrate. But when one of the brides is murdered, Chief Inspector MacLanahan concludes that someone was willing to stop at nothing to prevent their nuptials.
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By Robert Eidelberg

PLAYING DETECTIVE

A Self-Improvement Approach
to Becoming
a More Mindful
Thinker, Reader, and Writer
By Solving Mysteries

By Robert Eidelberg

The intentionally long subtitle to PLAYING DETECTIVE comes close to saying it all about this unique two-in-one book – but not quite. PLAYING DETECTIVE is both a book to read for the fun of it and a book to read for self-improvement if you are looking to become a better thinker, reader, and writer.

The for-the-fun-of-it part comes from reading and wondering about the mystery-solving approaches and skills of the contemporary and classic detectives showcased in these 17 remarkable mystery stories. The self-improvement part comes from the book’s four special interactive features: Suspicions?, How Clever?, DetectWrite, and Don’t Peek!

Multiple Suspicions? “intermissions” in the margins of each mystery are strategically placed to help you to think like a detective – and like a good reader. Their provocative questions prompt you, as you read, to note and track clues and to make predictions while immersed in the mystery.

How Clever? questions and activities, located immediately after each mystery’s conclusion, give practice in the skills of detection and reflection so vital to the self-improvement goal of becoming a more observant reader and more mindful thinker. How Clever? sections enable you to review the now-solved mystery, analyze the strengths and weaknesses of your own Suspicions? speculations, and evaluate just how capable both you and the story’s fictional sleuth were in arriving at a solution.

DetectWrite writing prompts following all the How Clever? sections of each mystery help you to establish your own voice as a more effective writer in a variety of writing forms while also giving you many opportunities to write like a detective story author.

At the very end of the book (but don’t jump to any conclusions!), the more than thirty pages of the Don’t Peek! section provide “one reader’s” commentary: mindful explanations and a “best reading” of the solutions (not necessarily “the answers”) to the 17 case studies in PLAYING DETECTIVE.


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By Marty Rightmyer
As far back as Cleo could remember she had always been focused on a Computer Keyboard and had long passed the stigma of a Geek. There was no other life for her until someone kidnapped her sister. With her computer savvy she found her with the aid of her system, she calls Mod. Their past was revealed in an abduction and a twisted saga that led to murder and mystery. Now she and Lisa are wrapped up in another part of their lives, an ancient part. It is a Legacy of Treasure that has been hidden for centuries. Cleo loves her sister and regardless of parentage she automatically jumps in to help her locate the treasure that is surrounded by cryptic clues found in the Jungle estate. She finds Sebastian and Love, something she never expected. Together they find The Menedacus Legacy and much more. Come Visit: www.martyrightmyerbooks.com
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By Robert Eidelberg

PLAYING DETECTIVE

A Self-Improvement Approach
to Becoming
a More Mindful
Thinker, Reader, and Writer
By Solving Mysteries

By Robert Eidelberg

The intentionally long subtitle to PLAYING DETECTIVE comes close to saying it all about this unique two-in-one book – but not quite. PLAYING DETECTIVE is both a book to read for the fun of it and a book to read for self-improvement if you are looking to become a better thinker, reader, and writer.

The for-the-fun-of-it part comes from reading and wondering about the mystery-solving approaches and skills of the contemporary and classic detectives showcased in these 17 remarkable mystery stories. The self-improvement part comes from the book’s four special interactive features: Suspicions?, How Clever?, DetectWrite, and Don’t Peek!

Multiple Suspicions? “intermissions” in the margins of each mystery are strategically placed to help you to think like a detective – and like a good reader. Their provocative questions prompt you, as you read, to note and track clues and to make predictions while immersed in the mystery.

How Clever? questions and activities, located immediately after each mystery’s conclusion, give practice in the skills of detection and reflection so vital to the self-improvement goal of becoming a more observant reader and more mindful thinker. How Clever? sections enable you to review the now-solved mystery, analyze the strengths and weaknesses of your own Suspicions? speculations, and evaluate just how capable both you and the story’s fictional sleuth were in arriving at a solution.

DetectWrite writing prompts following all the How Clever? sections of each mystery help you to establish your own voice as a more effective writer in a variety of writing forms while also giving you many opportunities to write like a detective story author.

At the very end of the book (but don’t jump to any conclusions!), the more than thirty pages of the Don’t Peek! section provide “one reader’s” commentary: mindful explanations and a “best reading” of the solutions (not necessarily “the answers”) to the 17 case studies in PLAYING DETECTIVE.


FORMAT: Hardcover
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By Robert Eidelberg

PLAYING DETECTIVE

A Self-Improvement Approach
to Becoming
a More Mindful
Thinker, Reader, and Writer
By Solving Mysteries

By Robert Eidelberg

The intentionally long subtitle to PLAYING DETECTIVE comes close to saying it all about this unique two-in-one book – but not quite. PLAYING DETECTIVE is both a book to read for the fun of it and a book to read for self-improvement if you are looking to become a better thinker, reader, and writer.

The for-the-fun-of-it part comes from reading and wondering about the mystery-solving approaches and skills of the contemporary and classic detectives showcased in these 17 remarkable mystery stories. The self-improvement part comes from the book’s four special interactive features: Suspicions?, How Clever?, DetectWrite, and Don’t Peek!

Multiple Suspicions? “intermissions” in the margins of each mystery are strategically placed to help you to think like a detective – and like a good reader. Their provocative questions prompt you, as you read, to note and track clues and to make predictions while immersed in the mystery.

How Clever? questions and activities, located immediately after each mystery’s conclusion, give practice in the skills of detection and reflection so vital to the self-improvement goal of becoming a more observant reader and more mindful thinker. How Clever? sections enable you to review the now-solved mystery, analyze the strengths and weaknesses of your own Suspicions? speculations, and evaluate just how capable both you and the story’s fictional sleuth were in arriving at a solution.

DetectWrite writing prompts following all the How Clever? sections of each mystery help you to establish your own voice as a more effective writer in a variety of writing forms while also giving you many opportunities to write like a detective story author.

At the very end of the book (but don’t jump to any conclusions!), the more than thirty pages of the Don’t Peek! section provide “one reader’s” commentary: mindful explanations and a “best reading” of the solutions (not necessarily “the answers”) to the 17 case studies in PLAYING DETECTIVE.


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By Frances Walter
I am Frances Walter. This is the second installment of a series of Detective Mysteries. I am bringing Detective Hannah Abel back to help solve crimes and tell a story of her time with the badge. I have written two new stories and put them under one cover.
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By CLEOJ
The Management Retreat is a story about women in which I have blended elements of adventure, intrigue, and personal drama into a plot that deals with the idea of political conviction that has caused the growth of a single concept into a movement that affects the lives of many. The story opens with the investigation of a scene of vicious murders where a number of individuals were attending a ‘Management Retreat’ meeting have been slaughtered. According to an eyewitness, the murders were committed with a large knife by a maniac and the investigator assigned to the case believes that more than one person committed the murders. The theme of women’s rights figures importantly throughout the story, while exploring the social dynamic issues of the women’s struggle for equal opportunity that is worked into the plot. This is subsequently contrasted with the development of the highly organized secret society known as the Lilies. Within the Lilies there are four deadly groups who believes that the ‘Ends Justify the Means’. The story introduces a network of characters designed to illustrate the obsession and the desire for women throughout the world to overthrow those institutions that immortalize male supremacy, and sequences introduced by Molly White into the fold underscores the way such a movement such as this could become a reality. The Management Retreat is a multifaceted book that carefully orchestrates the lives of many individuals who are caught up in deep personal convictions of murder and romance.
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By CLEOJ
The Management Retreat is a story about women in which I have blended elements of adventure, intrigue, and personal drama into a plot that deals with the idea of political conviction that has caused the growth of a single concept into a movement that affects the lives of many. The story opens with the investigation of a scene of vicious murders where a number of individuals were attending a ‘Management Retreat’ meeting have been slaughtered. According to an eyewitness, the murders were committed with a large knife by a maniac and the investigator assigned to the case believes that more than one person committed the murders. The theme of women’s rights figures importantly throughout the story, while exploring the social dynamic issues of the women’s struggle for equal opportunity that is worked into the plot. This is subsequently contrasted with the development of the highly organized secret society known as the Lilies. Within the Lilies there are four deadly groups who believes that the ‘Ends Justify the Means’. The story introduces a network of characters designed to illustrate the obsession and the desire for women throughout the world to overthrow those institutions that immortalize male supremacy, and sequences introduced by Molly White into the fold underscores the way such a movement such as this could become a reality. The Management Retreat is a multifaceted book that carefully orchestrates the lives of many individuals who are caught up in deep personal convictions of murder and romance.
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By Frances Walter
I am Frances Walter. This is the second installment of a series of Detective Mysteries. I am bringing Detective Hannah Abel back to help solve crimes and tell a story of her time with the badge. I have written two new stories and put them under one cover.
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By Julie Salzano
Laura is an undercover agent searching for the truth about her childhood friend and idol Vinnie. In her undercover role she is set up by mobsters to take the fall for the murders of a squad of detectives when she learns that Vinnie was part of that gang. Her secret love for him and his secret identity become too much when the truth is finally revealed.
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By John Barksdale
Evil comes in many forms but pure evil has its own distinctive shape. In Rix County, Georgia it crested in the form of Henly Blackmon, mayor of the tiny town. Within the borders of Rix, a sheltering and most forbidden place is nestled. It’s a destination where true miracles occur and they come about in abundance. Folklore thicker than the heaviest of rain cloud has hovered over and around this magical setting and its existence is unblemished by the impurities of evil’s stain. Lawrence Blackmon is the only son of the mayor and is an individual that has lived a complex life, one that has seen him be a friend to many but also witness as he shared company with wickedness and loyalty to transgression. Death and murders scattered the county and all were set in place by the deeds of Lawrence and for that his mere existence became a living hell. This tale shadows the path of young Lawrence Blackmon as he attempts to overtake the many struggles that have shaped his life and it will answer the question as to why the ever-evolving Lawrence had no other choice but to eventually destroy everything that made up his existence.
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By William Kosman

Reporter David Hirsch enjoys the good New York life - a great job, a beautiful, accomplished lover, and the excitement of the city. Until he begins digging into a story about the world's leading computer chip manufacturer. A relentless journalist, Hirsch discovers a complex stock and murder plot by the electronics industry's philosopher-king and his sex-starved wife to steal the next generation of computer chips. When Hirsch discovers too much, he risks becoming one more in a string of strangely brutal murders - despite the desperate investigation of an over-the-hill New York detective.

The Picasso Paradigm's fast-paced action moves through today's high-tech world, from the financial sector and Silicon Valley to the new technology that could alter the world, to its surprising conclusion.

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By Julie Salzano
Laura is an undercover agent searching for the truth about her childhood friend and idol Vinnie. In her undercover role she is set up by mobsters to take the fall for the murders of a squad of detectives when she learns that Vinnie was part of that gang. Her secret love for him and his secret identity become too much when the truth is finally revealed.
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By Tom Rothschild

Confessions of an Indifferent Witness is a science fiction tale taking place in the 1800’s. The main character, Melissa, is deeply involved in scientific studies of a number of different questions she has about the physical world. Along with her assistants, Susan and Jane, she makes some astounding discoveries which could be significant worldwide, as I’ve described in the novel The Inevitable Fall (© 1998, Vantage Press, Inc.). These two books are a part of The Melissa Saga. This book (Confessions) follows Susan and Jane as they make their way through life, and what happens when they meet and are hired by Melissa. They are not the main characters, though they have certainly influenced events as Melissa proceeds to solve problems others have only hypothesized about.

Susan and Jane have met other people who, also, are concerned with weightier questions. Alisha is an example. I have included a "work", or an appendix, by Alisha’s husband as a point of fact. Of course, I have added current examples to make its theoretical points more relevant. However, I don’t believe there is any conflict between my 20th Century details and the 19th Century statements in Previously Deleted (Formerly Titled "Looking for Miss No-Show"). Just in case, I even adjusted the title of the "work" to steer clear of any complications.


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By Harris Wolfson
Brach LaFave went from boy to man in the same last beat of his father’s heart. The man’s body went to prison, and his mind went to the hell of why me and screw you. Perhaps it has become a cliché’ to say that there was a lot happening in 1960s San Francisco. The changes from that era are now a part of history, but there were also the unsolved murders. “Park & Die” is based upon true events, embellished around the main character Brach Lafave. His battle pursues unanswered questions literally left in smoldering ashes to present day. Despite the twists and turns and sleight of hand, Brach’s never-ending troubles are really just the anxiety of the story, the frame around the tortured portrait of an old man in pain. Brach LaFave is huge character set into a mystery, and historical fiction with a pinch of romance, to understand him, you have to go back to the beginning and not loose sight of that scared, frail weakling, a boy 14, being bullied by some punk in a vacant lot. His father coming to his rescue is shot, right in front of his eyes; an excruciating transformation of boy to man. Along with the oozing blood, Brach seeped into the misery of hell. Decades, fate and love bring him incredible success, but he is still a haunted man. On a dreary Christmas Eve the answer he has been searching for literally comes to him while parked at a vista point overlooking the Pacific.
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