Earthbeat's Murder Mysteries

Thursday, May 22, 2008

Mystery History Found Here

If the Past Is a Mystery, Here's the Place to Be A Guide to Classic Mystery and Detection http://members.aol.com/MG4273/classics.htm is one of those sites that clearly favours content over design -- and that's just fine by me. Here's the place to come if you want to explore how mystery fiction has... Sign in to see full entry.

More Mystery on the Web

Mystery Writers Site Great for Readers One site I should have mentioned when writing last night was the Mystery Writers of America http://www.mysterywriters.org/, which provides a wonderful destination for readers. First of all, there's an exhaustive list of writers -- many of whom I am not familiar... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Great Mystery Lover's Web Site

Surfing the Mystery Net Gives Great Enjoyment One of the best web sites for mystery lovers is http://www.mysterynet.com/, which has anything you might want to find related to mysteries. The site designers have done a fantastic job of creating a really enjoyable cyber destination for mystery fans... Sign in to see full entry.

Why Murder Mysteries?

Can't Read True Crime But Hooked on Murder Novels I have trouble reading about true crime. In my work as a therapist, and as a hospital chaplain, I see the results of true crime all the time. I stand beside young men, who will become our next homicide victims when the life support equipment is... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Ever Wonder About Dr. Alex Delaware, Clinical Psychologist

I've been away from Jonathan Kellerman's Alex Delaware series for a couple of years -- not that I liked it any less, but just that I kept finding writers new to me. And there's only so much time in the day for reading mysteries. As a therapist, I have sometimes envied Alex Delaware, the clinical... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, May 2, 2008

Bad Luck and Trouble

I gotta love the guy in the office down the hall. He's got me hooked on a couple of murder mystery series that are to die for. When I told him I had discovered the Lee Child series about Jack Reacher, a former military cop who is a tough guy's tough guy, he lent me a few more, and then I was really... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, April 7, 2008

Tough Guy Like One Man A-Team

Reacher's the tough guy you never want to meet -- unless you're absolutely sure you're on the right side. Just a shy of being a psychopath, let's say that Reacher is a guy with a well-defined sense of right and wrong. His world is mostly black and white -- not much grey. Reacher, who seldom uses his... Sign in to see full entry.

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