Category Archives: Mystery Characters

Cherringham A Cozy Crime Series Titles Word Search Solution

There’s nothing better than a series you enjoy with many offerings. The nice thing about the Cherringham series is the forty-two titles listed below for your listening pleasure, with more to come. In case you had trouble locating these titles, … Continue reading

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Sherlock Holmes Crossword #2

We’ve featured a blog on Sherlock Holmes and his use of forensics plus a couple of word search puzzles listing the various story tiles in the last few months.  Below is a crossword puzzle to close out the blog series. … Continue reading

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Sherlock Holmes Story Titles #1

The 56 short stories of Sherlock Holmes are collected in five books. We will look at two of them in this puzzle and the other three books in a different Wordsearch puzzle. The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes (1892) features12 stories published … Continue reading

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Cats in Mysteries

I’ve noticed that today’s cozy mystery book covers often feature a cat as part of the art. Many times, the cat pictured is there for decoration and does not play a role in the story. In other books, the cat … Continue reading

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Elizabeth Daly

I recently published a blog on Mary Roberts Rinehart where many mystery experts refer to her as the American Agatha Christie. Even though Christie published many years after her they base the comparison on Rinehart’s entire body of work. However, … Continue reading

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Mary Roberts Rinehart − An American Agatha Christie

Literary critics often call Mary Roberts Rinehart the American Agatha Christie. This is a somewhat interesting comment since Rinehart published her first mystery novel fourteen years before Christie. Rinehart wrote over 60 mysteries, seven plays, news stories, travel articles, poems … Continue reading

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Sue Grafton’s Alphabet Series Word Search-Solution

Sue Grafton’s Kinsey Millhone books are so popular books I know you found all the answers. But just in case you need a little help, here’s the solution.

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Agatha Raisin Book Titles

As mentioned in the blog on M.C. Beaton and Agatha Raisin, there are many more books for creating PBS shows. From the list of book titles below, look for the words in capital letters. Solution to follow at a later … Continue reading

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Miss Marple- Still Going Strong

I recently took a course on Agatha Christie. At the first class the teacher asked—what makes Agatha Christie’s mysteries as popular today as when they were first published? I found this question of interest, because I have some personal experience … Continue reading

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