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by J.A. Clough

Download Yorkshire Mysteries and Oddities (Mini Books) eBook
ISBN:
0852063148
Author:
J.A. Clough
Language:
English
Publisher:
Dalesman Publishing Co Ltd; 2Rev Ed edition (November 1975)
Pages:
32 pages
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1866 kb
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1882 kb
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1882 kb
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This how-to book differs from other Writer's Digest books in that the articles move sequentially through the process from preparation to. .If you want to write mysteries (and get them published), read this book.

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The British composer Bruce Montgomery also wrote mysteries as Edmund Crispin. By and large, though, the locked-room mystery seemed to fall from favour in the fifties, and it only began to re-emerge in the sixties and seventies

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