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Clues, Magic and Little Cat Feet

by Janis Patterson I’ll admit I get a little put out when people (including some writers) say “Oh, I could never write a mystery – how do you think of all those clues and where to put them?” Usually, when … Continue reading

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Clues, Clues Everywhere, or The Truth Hiding in Plain Sight

by Janis Patterson What is a clue? I can hear all of you now saying “Duh! A clue is something the sleuth notices that helps solve the crime.” Okay, that’s right – as far as it goes. The problem is, … Continue reading

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