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Teaching from the best. Read and study with a copy of one of his mysteries in hand. Awesome for newbies those wo desire to review their skills.Published 1 month ago by Mary Smith
...to add to my collection. I read it on Kindle first and liked it enough to order the paperback version for my "real" library. Read morePublished 6 months ago by OkieGirl
Tapply knows whereof he speaks. Been a fan from the beginning. The Elements are spot-on and stated clearly. Strongly recommended.Published 8 months ago by Texas Liz
Lots of useful information. Since I got this on Kindle, I made copious notes while reading it and will try to incorporate some into my next book. Read morePublished 9 months ago by highlandlas
It doesn't get any better than reading about how to write mystery novels ... and learning from a published mystery writer. I really enjoyed this and found it helpful.Published 13 months ago by M. Morris
This book is well done and easy to understand if you are looking to write Mysteries. He lays it all out to make the writer feel like nothing is imposssible to write. Read morePublished 16 months ago by Michael Spear
Professor Tapply delves into the beginning of mystery stories with Edgar Alllan Poe in 1841. He then fills in the genealogy with Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Agatha Christie, Writers of... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Roger F, Shepherd
Nothing new here, since most craft books say the same things, but this one is both realistic and encouraging. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Yu-han Chao
A good practical useful book.
With 'how to books' you obviously read a lot of things you already know, you wouldn't be reading the book if you were not already... Read more