Excerpt from Master of Illusion: A Celine Skye Psychic Mystery

Master of Illusion, the first in the Celine Skye Psychic Mystery Series is coming soon. In the meantime, read an excerpt:

FBI, Boston Field Office. It was 3 a.m. when the tip was called in on the FBI hotline.

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The Dead Agent: Whodunit?

I enjoyed this case as well, although the initial evidence lent itself to less speculation than our first case.  It’s not often that the most obvious suspect—the one that it would make most sense to focus on—isn’t the person who did it.

Of course, as an armchair detective you knew that. A lifetime of reading mystery novels has taught you that the most obvious suspect is the person least likely to have done it. So, if you suggested on looking at the agent’s clients as well as his wife and lover, you were on the right track.

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Armchair Detective: Case 2-The Dead Agent

Are youu ready to test your Forensic IQ again?

Calling all armchair detectives. Your second case, The Dead Agent, is now available.

Draw your armchairs around and take a gander at this one. Log your thoughts in the comments below:

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The Body in the Church: Whodunnit?

Based on a true crime story, the Body in the Church presents my favorite type of puzzle. Not all true crime cases are quite this open-ended, presenting the investigator with a number of different paths to explore.

The woman was a church employee. She was at work late, but rather than working was checking out dating profiles. The church door was found unlocked. Judging by the comments here and on Facebook, these details provided rich fodder for your detective minds.

For the police, the fact that the victim was shot and the weapon was not found at the crime scene suggested that this was not a crime of opportunity. These crimes happen on the spur of the moment, with the killer using whatever is at hand to kill the victim. The type of weapon used can often tell crime scene investigators whether the crime was premeditated or spur-of-the-moment.

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