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How to Make a Mystery Novel Victim More Than Just a Dead Body Body (via Global Mysteries)

Nancy just keeps giving us more good tips. Thanks. 🙂

How to Make a Mystery Novel Victim More Than Just a Dead Body Body <!– AddThis Button BEGIN –> <img style="border: 0;" src="http://s7.addthis.com/static/btn/v2/lg-share-en.gif&quot; alt="Bookmark and Share" width="125" height="16" /> The three most important characters in a mystery novel are the sleuth, the killer and the victim. As mystery writers, we usually do a pretty good job creating our sleuth and killer, but sometimes we don’t take as much care in creating our victim. We should. Without a victim … Read More

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