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The Play of Light and Shadow & Writing
     

The Play of Light and Shadow & Writing

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by Barry Ergang
 
The crime was impossible, but it happened. The gallery was locked and under constant observation, but the valuable painting was stolen, and later the prime suspect was murdered. A private detective and a professor turned bartender team up to solve who did it and how. Can you spot and interpret the clues and solve it first? Plus an article about how the story came to

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The crime was impossible, but it happened. The gallery was locked and under constant observation, but the valuable painting was stolen, and later the prime suspect was murdered. A private detective and a professor turned bartender team up to solve who did it and how. Can you spot and interpret the clues and solve it first? Plus an article about how the story came to be written.

Product Details

BN ID:
2940011104558
Publisher:
Barry Ergang
Publication date:
09/15/2010
Sold by:
Smashwords
Format:
NOOK Book
File size:
339 KB

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Meet the Author

Former Managing Editor of Futures Mystery Anthology Magazine (www.fmam.biz) and First Senior Editor of Mysterical-E (www.mystericale.com/), Barry Ergang's fiction, poetry and non-fiction have appeared in numerous publications, print and electronic. He is a winner of a Derringer Award from the Short Mystery Fiction Society for the best flash fiction story of 2006.

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The Play of Light and Shadow & Writing 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
A fair-play and impossible mystery: A mystery featuring an impossible theft, where all the clues are presented, in a fair-play fashion, a mix of classic style with Private Eye. Vivid characterization, an elegant and evocative prose (you may learn a word or two) and engaging dialogue. What else could one ask for? Highly recommended; read it and I'm sure you'll wish this author was more prolific.
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