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Paskekrim – Easter Crime in Norway and Easter Mysteries

Paskekrim – Easter Crime in Norway and Easter Mysteries

Easter Crime! Mysteries are fun any time and any where, but did you know that a country dedicates a whole week to it? Holy Thursday through Easter Monday is a public holiday in Norway, but it’s also a time when just about everyone in Norway reads crime novels. Bookstore displays are full of detective novels,… Continue Reading…

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Sisters in Crime Writers Workshop

We attended a free all day workshop for mystery writers that was fun and informative. It was held at the Schaumburg Library on Saturday, November 14, 2015. Here is the agenda: Dialogue and How It Sounds to the Actor Writing Difficult-To-Like Protagonists How to Use Medical Terms and Technology Correctly Writing Mysteries for Children. Projecting… Continue Reading…

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Masters of Deduction

Masters of Deduction

It was 17 years ago today (June 15, 1998) that we first performed our mystery workshop:  M.O.D. Squad (Masters of Deduction). It was the first day of a ten day program created for a gifted summer camp in Palos Heights. What is the MOD Squad? As part of your M.O.D. (Master Of Deduction) Squad training,… Continue Reading…

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