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a Killer Mystery"
know you’re reading a great mystery novel when you’re up at
three in the morning, unable to put it down. When you finally get to sleep,
the characters go romping around in your dreams. You get to the final
page and smack yourself in the head because the solution is a complete
surprise, and yet so obvious in retrospect. So how do you write a great
mystery? This workshop demystifies the art and artifice, and gets down
to the nuts and bolts of writing a killer mystery novel.
Hallie combined writing talent with a love of teaching in her Edgar-nominated "Writing and Selling Your Mystery Novel: How to Knock 'Em Dead with Style." Hallie teaches writing workshops at conferences across the country. Hallie is also the crime fiction book reviewer for the Boston Globe, and author of several books for readers including "The Bibliophile's Devotional: 365 Days of Literary Classics." Hallie is a member of the New England chapter of "Sisters in Crime."
Visit Hallie Ephron's website at www.hallieephron.com
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