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Baffling Whodunit Puzzles: Dr. Quicksolve Mini-Mysteries
Jim Sukach

Sterling, 1997

Professor of Criminology Dr. Quicksolve and his son Junior bust crimes wide open by simply. . .paying attention! Join them as they visit over 40 crime scenes, and solve each mystery in minutes. Figure out how they did it. Check each clue to see if it's real or just a red herring. The puzzles present robberies, kidnappings, firebombings, prison escapes and more. Sharpen your wits and become a master detective ...


Great Quicksolve Whodunit Puzzles: Mini-Mysteries for You to Solve
Jim Sukach

Sterling, 1999

Get on the case! Help famous detective Dr. J.L. Quicksolve and his son Junior solve some dastardly crimes. Interview suspects, evaluate their stories, examine crime scenes, and take note of strange details. Be on the alert for liars, tricksters, and unlikely alibis. * Did Mary Contrary kill her new husband? Or could it have been someone else? * Who was stealing cattle from McDonald's farm? To figure that out, you'd better follow the right ...


Challenging Whodunit Puzzles: Dr. Quicksolve's Mini-Mysteries
Jim Sukach

Sterling, 1998

Follow Dr. Quicksolve as he teaches his son Junior how to solve 50 baffling crimes. Investigate a murder where one suspect plays loud music--and the other's hearing-impaired. Pick out the right heir to a millionaire's estate. Read carefully--the clues are there, but they're always hidden!


Whodunnit?: Murder on Mystery Island

Audible Studios, 2013

Ten excited co-workers arrive at the beautiful Avondale Resort on a remote island in the middle of the Caribbean, having been told that they are being rewarded for their hard work and productivity. But their relaxing tropical getaway soon turns into a murderous nightmare. After an extravagant first night dinner, the guests retire to their lavish suites only to be awakened by an ear-splitting bang. They rush to the smoking parlor to find ...


Classic Whodunits: More Than 100 Mysteries for You to Solve
Stanley Smith

Sterling Publishing, 2008

Classic Whodunits: More than 100 Mysteries for You to Solve by Stanley Smith


Whodunnit?: Murder in Mystery Manor

Audible Studios, 2013

A grand estate. Ten unsuspecting guests. A diabolical game of life and death. A companion to the upcoming show Whodunnit? on ABC. Ten excited guests arrive at the Westlake Estate, expecting a lavish retreat. They are the winners of a sweepstakes to "Live Like a Billionaire for a Week." But what was supposed to be a promising escape soon turns into a horrific nightmare. Within hours of arrival, the guests sit down for an extravagant dinner. ...


Whodunit?: Detective Stories

Kingfisher, 2007

Unexplained disappearances, daring thefts, perplexing mysteries, and the greatest sleuths of all time combine in this page-turning read. From Sherlock Holmes to Hercule Poirot, famous detectives puzzle their way through a maze of alibis and motives in this superb selection of classic and contemporary crime fiction.


The Story of the Little Mole Who Went in Search of Whodunit
Werner Holzwarth, Wolf Erlbruch

Harry N. Abrams, 2007

Since its first publication in 1993, The Story of the Little Mole Who Went in Search of Whodunit has been charming readers young and old with its unconditionally candid tale that raises bathroom humor to new heights. Splendidly straightforward and comic, it is at first unbelievable and then irresistible. When Little Mole looks out of his hole one morning—PLOP!—something lands on his head. Whodunit? In this irreverent, forthright mystery, ...


Great Book Of Whodunit Puzzles: Mini-Mysteries For You To Solve
Falcon Travis

Sterling, 1993

Test your powers of deduction on 43 phony alibis, baffling clues, bits and pieces of evidence. Decipher codes as you match wits with such great detectives as Will Ketchum and Donna DiAnsa, as well as law enforcement officers like Luke Sharp, Hans Zupp and Carla Kopp. For many of the puzzles you'll find extra hints and clues to help you along, if you need them! "A clever presentation of entertaining puzzles...."--Mathematics Teaching in the ...


Whodunit?, ...

Wildside Press, 2011

Ten great reads for a lonely night of thrills and chills! In John Gregory Betancourt’s “Dog Pit,” the fourth entry in “The Pit and the Pendulum” series, Peter “Pit Bull” Geller must unravel the theft of an expensive ring, while simultaneously dealing with a nasty canine guard. Sydney J. Bounds’s “The Book Miser” has detective Josephine “Jo” Royal trying to thwart an unscrupulous book collector who’s taken advantage of ...


The Little Giant® Book of Whodunits (Little Giant Books)
Hy Conrad, Matt LaFleur

Sterling, 1998

Solve crimes like a detective, find clues where nobody else would think of looking, trap suspects with their own words, and ignore facts that appear to be significant but are only distractions. Better than a police academy course, all 80 of these simple stories will show you how to find the culprit while everybody else is completely confused. You'll make your town's Christmas merrier when you find out who shot Santa Claus. Figure out which ...


Quicksolve Whodunit Puzzles: Challenging Mini-Mysteries
Jim Sukach

Sterling, 1996

Help Dr. J. L. Quicksolve solve murders, burglaries, frauds, kidnappings, and other mysteries. Was the bank teller Miss Pettithief the victim or the perpetrator of a robbery? Who poisoned Betty Finn--her husband or best friend Mary Scapegoat? By reading each delightfully illustrated quick-solve puzzle carefully, paying attention to detail and what people say, you'll be able to catch the crooks just as quickly as the ace detective, and you'll ...


Mystery, Thriller & Suspense: "ANGELS" A Whodunit Murder Mystery with Conspiracy Theories, Secret Orders and ...

Global Village Publications, 2014

When best buddies Michael and Gabriel come across the scene of a car crash, they argue about pulling over to help. But when they see a shattered car, a bullet hole, and a man on the verge of death, they have no choice but to take him to hospital. A simple enough act, but neither of them could guess what would happen next… Daniel Harris is a young attorney, and when Michael and Gabriel save him from the side of the road, his whole life ...


Baker Street Whodunits: Puzzles of Deduction
Tom Bullimore

Sterling, 2001

It's elementary...when you're with world-famous detective Sherlock Holmes and his trusty assistant Dr. Watson, you're sure to find fiendish felons, uncover nefarious plots, and meet up with the wicked Moriarty. But, in order to crack these cases and reveal whodunit, you have to sharpen your wits by breaking secret codes, unraveling anagrams, solving logic puzzles, and figuring out tricky brainteasers! Put your powers of deduction to work--and ...


The Diamond Mystery #1 (The Whodunit Detective Agency)
Martin Widmark

Grosset & Dunlap, 2014

Somebody is stealing diamonds from the jeweler Mohammed Carat! It looks like the culprit is someone on his staff, but who? Is it Luke Smith, the recently hired fitness fanatic with a taste for the finer things in life? It surely can’t be Vivian Leander, the loyal shop assistant who is now short of money . . . The police in the little town of Valleby are stuck, so they contact young detectives Jerry and Maya, classmates who run their own ...


The Case of Moomah's Moolah (A Richard Sherlock Whodunit Book 2)

Creative Inc. Publishing, 2013

Richard Sherlock is back on the case of Moomah’s Moolah. It starts with a simple kidnapping, proceeds to a botched ransom drop, escalates to a safe deposit box theft, and culminates in a missing four-million- dollar diamond necklace. The timing is awful. It all goes down during Sherlock’s two summer weeks with his daughters, Kelly and Care. The suspects are worse; Tiffany’s half-uncles, half-aunts, and other half-wit relatives. And, ...


It Was a Dark and Stormy Night (A Pop-Up Mystery Whodunit)
Keith Moseley

Dial, 1991

Lady Penelope Pig hires Inspector Derek Dog to guard the biggest diamond in the world, which she plans to display at her dinner party. When the lights go out during a storm, the diamond disappears. Pop-ups, pull-outs, and flaps animate each moment of this deliciously droll mystery spoof. Full color.


Almost Perfect Crimes: Mini-Mysteries For You To Solve
Hy Conrad

Sterling, 1995

Study evidence, look for clues, and use your powers of deduction to solve more than a dozen dastardly crimes. Following each short story puzzle are five pieces of evidence, including things like witness testimony, autopsy and crime scene reports, background checks, car and house searches, and personal effects, that you can investigate by turning to different pages of the book. Examine them all, or just a few, in order to come to a ...


Whodunit - You Decide!: Mini-Mysteries For You To Solve
Hy Conrad

Sterling, 1996

Would you like to serve on jury and decide whether someone accused of a crime is guilty or not? Who doesn't love a twisty mystery--a locked room, a seemingly impossible crime, a pivotal piece of evidence that seems to make no sense. Here are 15 diabolically clever crimes that made the author smile and say, "You'll never untangle this one"; but you'll want to keep looking till you find the simple twist that lets you sneer and reply, "I fooled ...


Pocket Puzzlers: Whodunits
Stan Smith, Derrick Niederman, ...

Sterling, 2000

Use your powers of deduction, do some super sleuthing, and pit your wits against the great Dr. J. L. Quicksolve, Inspector Walker, and Inspector Forsooth. These mini-mysteries cover crimes of every type, and each one offers an intriguing little story to unravel. They include The Case of the Weeping Widow, about a museum robbery; Timing Is Everything, in which a theft ends up a homicide; and The Churchill Letter, a tale of forgery and fraud. 96 ...



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