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You Too Can Be an Armchair Detective!
Mystery & Detective Fiction
"An armchair detective is someone who reads mysteries in their recliner. To be an armchair detective, you have to answer questions on these mystery and detective novels."
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Her name was Eve. His name was Roarke. She was a cop. He was a billionaire. Together they solved murders while they navigated through marriage. Who wrote the characters of Eve Dallas and Roarke?
Alexander McCall Smith
The main character in Jonathan Kellerman's detective series shared a surname with which American state?
Janet Evanovich had a classy "by-the-numbers" series about a bounty hunter named Stephanie Plum. Before Stephanie became a bounty hunter, what was her job?
Which author wrote such characters as Spenser, Sunny, Hawk, and Jesse?
Robert B. Parker
James Patterson started his Alex Cross series with which book?
Kiss the Girls
Along Came a Spider
Jack and Jill
What was unique about Jeffrey Deaver's NYPD forensic investigator Lincoln Rhyme?
He is blind
He is deaf
He is paraplegic
He is quadriplegic
Agatha Christie introduced long-suffering Detective Hercule Poirot in what novel?
Murder on the Orient Express
Death on the Nile
The ABC Murders
The Mysterious Affair at Styles
"The Woman's Murder Club" written by James Patterson was a group of women made up of a police detective, medical examiner, reporter, and what other occupation?
Assistant District Attorney
Chelsea Cain's 2007 suspense novel "Heartsick" introduced readers to a female serial killer who cut hearts into her victims. What did Chelsea name her female serial killer?
Catherine Coulter's FBI series followed the lives of Agent Dillon Savich and his parter and wife, Agent Lacey ________.
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