Monthly Archives: May 2016

Memorial Day Mysteries – Memorial Day Crime Fiction

Memorial Day aka Decoration Day is a day of remembrance of those men and women who who fell protecting us, of those who didn’t come home. Many people go to cemeteries and memorials on the last Monday in May, and there’s a tradition to fly the flag at half mast. Memorial Day in the U.S. is part of a three day holiday weekend. Many think of this weekend as the beginning of Summer, a time for Barbecues, the Beach, the Cabin, and S’mores.

Memorial Day
But in memory of all who served their country and didn’t come back, here’s a list of Mysteries set during Memorial Day Weekend (and a few others).
Memorial Day Mysteries

Memorial Day by Vince Flynn
The Decoration Memorial Day War by David H. Brown
Flowers for Bill O’Reilly: Memorial Day by Max Allan Collins

Absolute Certainty by Rose Connors
One Was a Soldier by Julia Spencer Fleming (not technically Memorial day, but it fits the theme)
Memorial Day by Harry Shannon
Beside Still Waters by Debbie Viguie
Shadows at the Fair by Lea Wait
For the young set: The Mystery of the Memorial Day Fire by Kathryn Kenny, a Trixie Belden mystery.

Have a good holiday. Be safe and Remember.

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Month in Review – May

Wow!  What a month The Mystery Shop had!  The Mystery Shop owner, Mary Heitert, was honored to work the following shows in the month of May: May 5:  Paul Revere’s Missing Horse for a school group at Trails Entertainment in Joliet with Janel Palm, Carolyn Larsen, and Irene Currie            … Continue Reading…

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Sherlock Holmes, the world’s greatest detective

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was born on May 22, 1859.  He is, of course, the creator of the brilliant detective Sherlock Holmes. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle The following is excerpted from PBS.org describing a wonderful program:  How Sherlock Changed the World ———————————————————————————————————– From blood to ballistics, from fingerprints to footprints, Sherlock Holmes was 120 years… Continue Reading…

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