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Books to Die For: The World's Greatest Mystery Writers on the World's Greatest Mystery Novels by John Connolly, http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00818J3AG/ref=cm_sw_r_pi_dp_pbtovb09ZQ92Y

An Infographic about blood pattern analysis. Forensics fans will love.

Key workers: writers at their typewriters - in pictures

Women in Art - Agatha Christie - Writer (Hercule Poirot, Miss Marple, etc)

Crime Writing for Beginners - An Infographic -- Crime fiction remains the most popular of all reading genres -- by Amanda Patterson

Staff at the Writer's Museum discovered this street scene under a silvery moon, crafted in the opened-out spine of a copy of Ian Rankin's Hide and Seek...Check out the blog post to see all of the paper sculptures left anonymously in Scottish museums and libraries. What a wonderful thing to do.

There remained a part of me that felt locked away and hidden. A choice I had made to protect myself. RH <3

✐ Daily Weird Prompt ✐The Five Arms of DeathWrite about a character who has been suffering from terrible dreams about a far away place. The catch? Unable to take it any more, this character travels to that place… and finds four other people waiting there. Double catch? All five of them were brought there by the visions.Any work you create based off this prompt belongs to you, no sourcing is necessary though it would be really appreciated! And don’t forget to tag maxkirin (or tweet…