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How to Write an Electrifying Murder Mystery Villain (via Global Mysteries)

Nancy has struck a home run again on succinct pointers for mystery writing. Thanks, Nancy.

How to Write an Electrifying Murder Mystery Villain In a murder mystery the antagonist or villain is just as important as the story hero. He is usually the murderer. The antagonist is the character needed to create the conflict essential to the mystery novel. He is always the obstacle that seeks to prevent the protagonist getting what she wants. Without the antagonist, there is no story. It is critical to understand that the villain is a main character and must be treated as such. He needs to be a … Read More

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