“Well, thanks for telling me,” her father said grimly. “We have a crime photo of the dead man's face. Do you think you can tell me if it's the same man?” “Sure, Dad,” Ashlynn said, feeling a burst of excitement welling up inside her.
Author: Fran Kramer
Thirteen-year-old Ashlynn Acosta recently learned that her dramatic dreams are gifts to use and that even the nightmares can be turned into problem-solving tools. Her intuitive skills are put to the test when she dreams about a murder before it happens. Ashlynn must find the true killer because she has unwittingly pointed a finger at her friend as the prime suspect! Solving the crime is only the first mystery unfolding inside a greater mystery: how to use dreams to solve this crime. Ashlynn enlists the advice of a dream expert and a lady detective who gets clues from dreams, in addition to employing the usual detective’s tools of reasoning and observation. Ashlynn finds eerily accurate dream clues—but not pat answers—that may help save her friend. You can exercise your intuition in problem solving. Try Ashlynn’s intuitive methods detailed in the reader’s guide. You might find your inner sleuth!
Another please-don't-fuss-over-me suicide in Gainesville involved a man who was found dead and decomposing in the front seat of his car, a hose leading from the exhaust through the cracked window on the ... Such 81 Dead Men Do Tell Tales.
Author: William R. Maples
Category: Social Science
From a skeleton, a skull, a mere fragment of burnt thighbone, prominent forensic anthropologist Dr. William Maples can deduce the age, gender, and ethnicity of a murder victim, the manner in which the person was dispatched, and, ultimately, the identity of the killer. In Dead Men Do Tell Tales, Dr. Maples revisits his strangest, most interesting, and most horrific investigations, from the baffling cases of conquistador Francisco Pizarro and Vietnam MIAs to the mysterious deaths of President Zachary Taylor and the family of Czar Nicholas II.
Welcome to Dead Men Do Tell Tales. As you make your way through this trivia-themed mystery collection, poring over clues and identifying suspects, it's possible that the following question will cross your mind at some point: How ...
Author: Sherban Young
Publisher: Courier Corporation
Characterized by the author as "a murder-filled crossword puzzle without the squares," this book of 61 mini-mysteries challenges readers' knowledge of pop-culture trivia. Solutions to the witty whodunits involve literature, art, music, history, baseball, and other subjects of popular interest. Readers can play alone or in groups. Hints and solutions.
Dean T. Hartwell accounts for how the official story was created and calls out the people who wrote and who acted in it.Read about David Angell's cancellation of his flight for 9/11 two weeks prior; read about the absence of much of a ...
Dean T. Hartwell accounts for how the official story was created and calls out the people who wrote and who acted in it. Read about David Angell's cancellation of his flight for 9/11 two weeks prior; read about the absence of much of a history for Betty Ong; read about an empty plane that was supposed to be Flight 11. Do facts matter or is the truth too much to take? You decide.