Historical Whodunits

Historical Whodunits One of the writers for the highly acclaimed television show Monk presents a series of unique solve it yourself mini mysteries all with a historical setting At the end of each intriguing tale armc

  • Title: Historical Whodunits
  • Author: Hy Conrad Ivy DeWinter Julie Collins-Rousseau Julie Collins Rousseau
  • ISBN: 9781402721724
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Paperback
  • One of the writers for the highly acclaimed television show Monk presents a series of 14 unique solve it yourself mini mysteries, all with a historical setting At the end of each intriguing tale, armchair sleuths begin their own detective work with the aid of key questions and some crucial clues including an interview with a witness, lab analysis of the evidence, or an eOne of the writers for the highly acclaimed television show Monk presents a series of 14 unique solve it yourself mini mysteries, all with a historical setting At the end of each intriguing tale, armchair sleuths begin their own detective work with the aid of key questions and some crucial clues including an interview with a witness, lab analysis of the evidence, or an examination of the crime scene The historical settings range from ancient Rome to 1940s Hollywood, and the subjects include Jamaican pirates death in Venice amid a masked ball Jack the Ripper copycats.

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    1. Este livro tem 14 casos para resolver. Cada caso passa-se tempo diferente, e é indicado algum contexto histórico.Temos para resolver o assassinato de um senador romano, um pirata, uma actriz dos anos 30, etc.Adorei particularmente o cenário do último mistério, Verona após o suicídio de Romeu e Julieta.Dos casos consegui resolver cerca de metade, os restantes ou falhei pelo menos parte da solução (é frustante adivinhar o motivo e o método do assassínio e falhar o assassino), ou não c [...]

    2. A fun collection of mystery stories, though I do hate having to flip to the back of the book for the solutions.

    3. Perfect for starters! All I could think about was planning a school class for 11/13 years old. Good and catchy exercise.

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