Pages tagged with Detective

Dad's in trouble and Molly and Milly are trying to find help. Molly had just jumped back in Dad's car and Milly was waiting on the sidewalk. At this point she thought there was a good chance that Molly had gone off the deep end.
Ideology in daily life often arises out of a need to find patterns and meaning out of the seemingly random complexities of the world. The characters and methods of detective novels can help us understand the role that ideology plays in our own lives.
A rising young entrepreneur is kidnapped for ransom. He has a great reputation and detective David Smith has to rescue him very fast. Yet, is all this totally black and white or are there "greys" lurking in the background?
A rising young entrepreneur is kidnapped for ransom. He has a great reputation and detective David Smith has to rescue him very fast. Yet, is all this totally black and white or are there "greys" lurking in the background?
A rising young entrepreneur is kidnapped for ransom. He has a great reputation and detective David Smith has to rescue him very fast. Yet, is all this totally black and white or are there "greys" lurking in the background?
A rising young entrepreneur is kidnapped for ransom. He has a great reputation and detective David Smith has to rescue him very fast. Yet, is all this totally black and white or are there "greys" lurking in the background?
This is a lovely game concerning ghosts and detectives. You play the detective and go through the game as a ghost. Thrilling indeed and one feels the compulsion to play the game.
The show I like best in my collection of T.V. shows
I was discussing with a colleague of mine on how happy I am to achieve a lot during my 6 years of study in Ukraine and all she could do was wish, wish and wish. She wished, she started earlier just like me; she wished she engaged her talents (instead of just focusing on medicine), jus...
Janet Evanovich has a series of mysteries featuring Stephanie Plum as the heroine who is a bounty hunter. They are unusual in that they are most humorous as well as defining a decent mystery.
This 29 page short story is the prequel to the 22 page short story "Sean and Sheila". This is also the first out of a five part storyline ("Sean and Sheila" is the third part). I brought back a few characters from "Sean and Sheila" and introduce new ones to the storyline.This story, I...
Two murder, thriller type movie reviews. One review of a popular TV show that has become my favorite. All three are worth a watch.
Just an idea for a novel, this is just the first few paragraphs. I just want to know what people think so far. The title is still up for consideration but I used this one just to post it.
Need to know if someone is lieing? Here are a few pointers to be able to determine a lier.
the detective had to cover his nose, the child looked at him with not much to say, eyes teary, situation dreary, the woman half clothed, and her body already in decay,
Nick PT Barnum captures the Deepest Shade serial killer but the most shocking revelation is yet to come....read on
The Serial Killer Deep Shade is still on the loose, and when all else fails, call Nick PT Barnum at your service
If there's one show on television, I adore, it's Law and Order Criminal Intent. I hated it when they removed "Bobby" From the series. Now, I understand they're bringing him back. Yes!
This is one my childhood experiences back in India with my wobbly legs that could hardly take in a "bhoo!" without collapsing.
Nick PT Barnum opens up his case files and introduces you to his Killing Streets, which takes place in Bridgeport, Connecticut
This is dedicated to my lovely friend Julie who like many of us loves to read murder mysteries and becomes a sofa detective in the very many t.v shows shown in the U.K. and across the world.
I have written three books under the Inner Space banner, all have a main central character, police detective Nick Burton. Here I introduce you to the concept behind the term Inner Space, meaning the 'Human Mind.'
This is my review of the new Sherlock Holmes on BBC
A review of the first season of White Collar - a detective serial which was being aired on Star World India
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