A must-listen collection of 13 bibliomysteries by best-selling and award-winning authors
Bibliomysteries Volume 1 includes:
"An Acceptable Sacrifice" by Jeffery Deaver
"The Final Testament" by Peter Blauner
"What's in a Name?" by Thomas H. Cook
"Book Club" by Loren D. Estleman
And many others
Copyright 2012 by Jeffery Deaver ("An Acceptable Sacrifice"); copyright 2012 by C. J. Box ("Pronghorns of the Third Reich"); copyright 2011 by Ken Bruen ("The Book of Virtue"); copyright 2011 by Reed Farrel Coleman ("The Book of Ghosts"); copyright 2013 by Peter Blauner ("The Final Testament"); copyright 2013 by Thomas H. Cook ("What's in a Name?”); copyright 2012 by Loren D. Estleman ("Book Club"); copyright 2012 by William Link ("Death Leaves a Bookmark"); copyright 2012 by Laura Lippman ("The Book Thing"); copyright 2011 by Anne Perry ("The Scroll"); copyright 2013 by Mickey Spillane and Max Allan Collins ("It's in the Book"); copyright 2013 by Andrew Taylor ("The Long Sonata of the Dead"); copyright 2013 by David Bell ("Rides a Stranger")
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Most of the stories were not interesting 3 stories were okay not worth a credit
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Riddle me this...
How does a renowned writer/editor inspire a group of known authors to create a complete story from a single word?
I haven't a clue and neither does Mr. Deaver.
It's a bunch of ill-conceived, overthought and underwritten groups of words amplified by a half spoken/half-act group of performances.