A Most Puzzling Murder

A Most Puzzling Murder

Robert Harris / Apr 10, 2020
A Most Puzzling Murder A Most Puzzling Murder A novella At the annual XwordFest tournament in Brooklyn everything goes swimmingly until one of the competitors decides it s time for Gotham Record puzzle editor Bill Long to
  • Title: A Most Puzzling Murder
  • Author: Robert Harris
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A Most Puzzling Murder A novella At the annual XwordFest tournament in Brooklyn, everything goes swimmingly until one of the competitors decides it s time for Gotham Record puzzle editor Bill Long to die It appears to be the perfect murder But appearances are sometimes deceiving, aren t they The author is offering a free, never published crossword puzzle to everyoneA Most Puzzling Murder A novella At the annual XwordFest tournament in Brooklyn, everything goes swimmingly until one of the competitors decides it s time for Gotham Record puzzle editor Bill Long to die It appears to be the perfect murder But appearances are sometimes deceiving, aren t they The author is offering a free, never published crossword puzzle to everyone who buys A Most Puzzling Murder Details are inside the book Robert Harris is a writer, inventor, and puzzle constructor He is the author of Claude Monet, Private Eye Murders by the Book 101 Things NOT to Do Before You Die and 25 Crossword Puzzles, a collection of original puzzles All are available at His website is rwhstudio.
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    565 Comments

    1. An okay short story to pass the time on a really cold day A nice twist on the locked room mystery I had a gut feeling about who the perpetrator was almost from the beginning, so not a very intricate mystery, but entertaining.


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