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The Crime Writer's Reference Guide: 1001 Tips for Writing the Perfect…

by Martin Roth

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There are some AWESOME tips/guides/facts in here for crime writers! I checked this out of the library four times it came in so handy. ( )
  Heather19 | Oct 18, 2007 |
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Here's the book no writer of murder mysteries, thrillers, action/adventure, true-crime, police procedurals, romantic suspense, and psychological mysteries, whether scripts or novels, should be without.

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Offers tips and techniques for making crime stories realistic, including the fundamentals of investigation, criminal motives, weapons, escape methods, legal terminology, and slang terms.

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