Tag Archives: mystery

Crimson Night and Other Short Stories, by Jaron Camp (1:12)

Today we see that a typographical error can trick the reader into expecting a different story from the one they get.

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Dark Corners, by Kelsi Summers (1:30)

Today we see that even if readers don’t know the relevant rules, awkward nuances can still be jarring. Sometimes jarring enough to break immersion.

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Colossus, by Jette Harris (6:26)

Today we see that one disruption of immersion can be the cause of more disruptions later.

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From a Foreign Shore, by Andrew Knighton (40:00)

Today we see that a single change to the existing world can often capture a reader’s interest better than changing many things.

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A Man With One Of Those Faces, by Caimh McDonnell (40:00)

Today we get a thoroughly enjoyable start, and the first pure mystery novel to survive the treadmill.