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Removing a Body

Wow, I really dropped the ball this week on posting. A thousand pardons to my three loyal readers. Let me pick up where I left off, and that’s the steps your crime fighter will go through at the crime scene. Today’s step is the last one, removing … Continue reading

Gathering Homicide Evidence

If you’re writing a murder mystery, you need to know how your investigator will go about solving the crime. I’ve already covered steps one through four. Today’s post is on step five, the gathering of evidence. I’m taking this information from the … Continue reading

Photographing Crime Scenes

If you’re writing a murder mystery, you need to know how your investigator will go about solving the crime. Steps one and two are securing the scene and finding witnesses. Today’s discussion is step three, photographing the crime scene. I’m taking… Continue reading

Finding Homicide Eyewitnesses

If you’re writing a murder mystery, you need to know how your investigator will go about solving the crime. I covered the first step in my last post, securing the scene. The second step is finding eyewitnesses. I’m taking this information from the… Continue reading

Secure The Murder Scene

If you’re writing a murder mystery, you need to know how your investigator will go about solving the crime. The first step is to secure the scene. I’m taking this information from the Whodunit book called Murder one: A Writer’s Guide to Homicide b… Continue reading

The First Forty-Eight Hours

I’ve begun a series based on the book Murder one: A Writer’s Guide to Homicide by Mauro V. Corvasce and Joseph R. Paglino. In my last post, I offered the definitions of five types of murder. Today I want to focus on the first 48 hours. All homicid… Continue reading