Ice Cold Murder Puzzle A Cryptogram! Cryptogram
I’ve got another beautiful new cover for you! It’s for Riddles, Resolutions and Revenge, a 3 volume anthology containing a Charlie Kingsley story! This is for the cover of Volume 1, if you want to see the other 2 volumes, go here. (But, if you want to challenge yourself, first solve the puzzle before you
It’s the Riddles, Resolution and Revenge Sliding Puzzle! See if you can solve the puzzle without peeking at the cover. To move the pieces, all you have to do is click on a square, you don’t have to try and drag it over or move it. It will move itself when you click it. And if
It’s the A Cornucopia of Murder Sliding Puzzle! A Cornucopia of Murder is book 7 in the Charlie Kingsley mystery series. See if you can solve the puzzle without peeking at the cover. To move the pieces, all you have to do is click on a square, you don’t have to try and drag it
I’ve got another beautiful new cover for you! It’s for A Cornucopia of Murder, Book 7 in The Charlie Kingsley Mysteries, and we’re doing it with a puzzle! And, if you really want to challenge yourself, try solving the puzzle without checking out the cover first. (No peeking!) To move the pieces, all you have to
The amazing January LaVoy is back to bring The Girl Who Wasn’t There to life! January has narrated all of my Secrets of Redemption books, and has even won a 2020 Voice Arts Awards Best Mystery Audiobook Narration for her work on It Began With a Lie! Check out the new audiobook cover! Isn’t it great?
I love a good “impossible” mystery setup. Whether it’s a locked-door mystery (i.e., the mystery takes place in a locked room or house), a framing of an innocent person, or some other setup that seems impossible to overcome, they’re some of my favorite types of mysteries. In the case of Red Hot Murder, it’s the
Red Hot Murder Chapter 1 A Charlie Kingsley Mystery Book “Charlie, you are a lifesaver,” Cherry gushed as I handed her a bag of tea. “I don’t even want to think about what I would have done if I had run out.” “I’m glad I didn’t let you down,” I said, trying to keep my