E.R. Fallon, K.J. Fallon. THE SCREENWRITER AND THE DETECTIVE BOOK 1 SCRIPTED MURDER E.R. FALLON & K.J. FALLON SCRIPTED MURDER THE SCREENWRITER AND THE DETECTIVE: BOOK 1 E. Front Cover.
Author: E.R. Fallon
Publisher: Next Chapter
1932. After being left at the altar, free-spirited Ginny Weltermint boards a train and heads back home to Hollywood. But when she stumbles across a body in one of the carriages, she unwittingly becomes involved in a murder mystery. Stopping in a small village to investigate the crime, Ginny soon clashes with the surly, old-school detective who comes aboard to solve the murder. With the clock ticking, it's clear that there will soon be another victim. But can the two put aside their differences and join forces to find the perpetrator and solve the mystery?
1. ENDRA'S OFFICE SCENE 1: PEG ENDRA: Okay, Peg. Why don't you tell me again what it is you are looking for? ... ENDRA: So, you're a mystery book writer but you don't write it as a mystery. ... You know, I add in the murder, ...
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... deadly embrace” with the realistic is the layer upon layer and twist upon twist of the real and the fictional—“The world's foremost writer of locked-room mysteries had been rather gaudily murdered in a locked-room” (Asimov, 1982, ...
Author: Laird R. Blackwell
Category: Literary Criticism
Although fantasy and supernatural literature have long and celebrated histories, many critics contend that the fantastic and the supernatural have no place in the logical, rational, world of the detective story. This book is the first extensive study of the fantastic in detective fiction and it explores the highly debated question of whether detective fiction and the fantastic can comfortably coexist. The "locked room" mystery--which often uses the fantastic as a red herring to eventually be debunked by reason and logic--has long been among the most popular subgenres of detective fiction. This book also explores stories featuring almost supernaturally gifted detectives, stories where the supernatural is truly encountered, and stories with ambiguous endings. Close to 500 detective stories from 1841 to 2000, in which the fantastic or supernatural plays a central role, are discussed and analyzed. Although not all the stories are judged to be successful as detective tales, in the great majority, the fantastic enlivens the tale and deepens the mystery without weakening the detective elements.
Script about a smuggler/man-of-mystery, Chandler Lockwood. ... Brinks: The Great Robbery see The Crime of the Century Buckaroo HOLDINGS: Broadcasting Collection —1 script. ... WRITER: Goldstone, Deena; Steinem, Gloria (book).
Category: Performing Arts
In the early days of television, many of its actors, writers, producers and directors came from radio. This crossover endowed the American Radio Archives with a treasure trove of television documents. The collected scripts span more than 40 years of American television history, from live broadcasts of the 1940s to the late 1980s. They also cover the entire spectrum of television entertainment programming, including comedies, soap operas, dramas, westerns, and crime series. The archives cover nearly 1,200 programs represented by more than 6,000 individual scripts. Includes an index of personal names, program and episode titles and production companies, as well as a glossary of industry terms.
Face Work ” is a story that appears to have been particularly close to Woolrich's heart and is one of his most ... wrote a similar plotline in " Murder in Wax , " which was first published in the March 1 , 1935 , issue of Dime Detective ...
Author: Otto Penzler
Publisher: Vintage Crime/Black Lizard
Edgar Award-winning editor Otto Penzler's new anthology rolls out the red carpet for the stories that Hollywood is made of. A Vintage Crime/Black Lizard Original. Lights! Camera! Action! The latest book in the Big Book series takes us behind the curtain to uncover the stories that became some of the greatest films of the silver screen. There's the W. Somerset Maugham short story that inspired Hitchcock's Secret Agent; Robert Louis Stevenson's horrifying tale that was later turned into the iconic movie The Body Snatcher, starring Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff; Sir Ian Fleming's "From a View to a Kill," later one of Roger Moore's greatest Bond films; and "Cyclists' Raid," the short story that formed the basis for the legendary Brando film The Wild One. Otto Penzler delivers the director's cut on these classic short stories and the films they gave rise to. So grab your Sno-Caps and a jumbo box of popcorn and curl up with these cinematic tales from the likes of Agatha Christie, Dennis Lehane, Joyce Carol Oates, Dashiell Hammett, O. Henry, Edgar Allan Poe, and Arthur Conan Doyle.
An art form comes of age when it is imitated, then parodied and finally repeated in pastiche.
Author: John Kennedy Melling
Category: Literary Criticism
An art form comes of age when it is imitated, then parodied and finally repeated in pastiche. Crime and detective fiction is now so well established in different formats that it lends itself easily to these literary forms. After a brief history of the genre is an analysis of a large number of parody books and short stories, with details of correspondence and interviews the writer has had with masters of the craft, like Georges Simenon and Margaret Millar. The next section covers those books written by teams of six or more crime writers. The pastiche section deals with a number of books and short stories in-depth, crime stories for younger readers, and the exploits of literary detectives and criminals. "Do It Yourself Sleuthing" covers dossiers, games and books of solvable short crime stories. This leads naturally to all forms of parody and pastiche in films, theater, television and radio, including stage and film musicals.
master of the impossible crime, had toyed with historical mysteries for some years as short stories, ... fascinated by an eighteenthcentury Chinese detective novel, Dee Goong An, which featured the cases of a real historical character, ...
Author: Mike Ashley
Publisher: Hachette UK
Divided into three main sections, "The Ancient World", "The Middle Ages" and "Regency and Gaslight", The Mammoth Book of Historical Whodunnits includes: · The Thief versus Rhampsinitus by Herodotus - probably the earliest detective story ever written. · The Locked Tomb Mystery, set in ancient Egypt, by Elizabeth Peters. · A new story by John Maddox Roberts featuring the young Roman detective Decius Metellus. · Robert van Gulik's ingenious He Came With the Rain featuring Judge Dee, a real-life character who lived inseventh-century China. · A new story by Peter Tremayne, set in seventh-century Ireland and featuring Sister Fidelma. · Ellis Peters' Brother Cadfael story The Price of Light. · Paul Harding's The Confession of Brother Athelstan. · A classic locked-room mystery featuring Lillian de la Torre's popular detective Sam Johnson. · A story by Michael Harrison featuring August Dupin, the detective created by Edgar Allan Poe and the inspiration behind Sherlock Holmes. · John Dickson Carr's acclaimed The Gentleman from Paris. ...and many more!
No wonder it takes his most amazing court room "fireworks spectacle" to dazzle the jury and pin the crime on the real culprit. Regular price, $2.50. IMAGINE! Yours FREE — not one, but THREE baffling, full-length mystery novels by Erie ...
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Author: John H. Trestrail, IIIPublish On: 2007-10-28
Clue: J Detect 1981;1:8–17. Horning J: The Mystery Lover's Book of Quotations. The Mysterious Press, New York, 1988. Huizinga E: Murder through the ear. Pract Oto-rhino-laryng 1971;33:361–365. Kahn JA: Atropine poisoning in Hawthorne's ...
Author: John H. Trestrail, III
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
In this revised and expanded edition, leading forensic scientist John Trestrail offers a pioneering survey of all that is known about the use of poison as a weapon in murder. Topics range from the use of poisons in history and literature to convicting the poisoner in court, and include a review of the different types of poisons, techniques for crime scene investigation, and the critical essentials of the forensic autopsy. The author updates what is currently known about poisoners in general and their victims. The Appendix has been updated to include the more commonly used poisons, as well as the use of antifreeze as a poison.
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on CrimePublish On: 1975
But his detective novels and those of his successors gave me very poor preparation for what I was later to see of murder ... 1 CAUSES OF MURDER The murder mystery writer hypothesizes a single evil malefactor who concocts a long - range ...
Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on the Judiciary. Subcommittee on Crime