09-30-2009 08:10 AM
Sluthing around? Looking for a challenge..A must go to Blog..InspectorPH..will be on hand...VTC...
09-30-2009 09:39 AM
09-30-2009 10:21 AM
All he needs is a hat and a pipe
Here's the artwork we're working on, which you may not be able to see externally. My apology if you can't.
Seriously though, Ransom Notes is going to be a great, great blog for all us mystery lovers!
09-30-2009 11:42 AM
I solved the first mystery at Ransom Notes, but I keep coming in too late to solve the others. I'll be glad when I can get on my computer more regularly. (I'm not addicted to BN.com or anything!)
Any of you who like to solve puzzles, Paul has come up with some great teasers!
09-30-2009 12:48 PM
Paul is the Best,,,,His knowledge surpasses so many..Jon a very close 2nd...i have absorbed so much from them......We look forward to his Challenges....I never care to get into ones good graces,I just post in real time..With confidence for what they do to keep us Happy......that in itself is a challenge....V.....
09-30-2009 06:21 PM
I'm traveling this week and only have limited computer access. Every time I've checked Ransom Notes, someone (usually Debbie) has already guessed the answer! This is fun, though - I can hardly wait to read the guest blogs!
10-06-2009 08:43 PM
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Katherine Hall Page is at Ransom Notes today: Make Mine Murder
10-07-2009 04:02 PM
The fabulous LOUISE PENNY is blogging about Agatha Christie at RANSOM NOTES today:
10-08-2009 05:05 PM
No problem, Paul! I'm late with today's update: T. Jefferson Parker is the featured author at RAN...
Summer of Fear The Fallen Storm Runners Little Saigon Summer of Fear California Girl Pacific Beat Laguna Heat Silent Joe
10-09-2009 03:18 PM
Best-selling author CAROLYN HART is blogging about laugh-out-loud books at Ransom Notes today:
Here are just a few of her books:
10-12-2009 12:06 PM
Today at RANSOM NOTES, author Anne Perry blogs about one of her personal favorites, Jeffrey Deaver. She wants to know who your favorite heroes, heroines and villains are -- join the discussion here:
Here is a sampling of their books:
Thriller 2 The Empty Chair (Lincoln Rhyme Series #3) The Coffin Dancer (Lincoln Rhyme Series #2) Roadside Crosses (Kathryn Dance Series #2) The Bone Collector (Lincoln Rhyme Series #1) The Sleeping Doll (Kathryn Dance Series #1) William Monk Mysteries Christmas Promise An Anne Perry Christmas Callander Square (Thomas and Charlotte Pitt Series #2) The Face of a Stranger (William Monk Series #1)
10-12-2009 09:55 PM
JOHN SANDFORD is blogging at Ransom Notes about thriller writers. Who are your favorites?
Here is the link to Ransom Notes -- I've added links to a small sampling of Sanford's books below.
10-13-2009 11:01 AM
10-13-2009 11:04 AM
Watch for my blogs from Bouchercon at RANSOM NOTES later in the week -- I'll be checking in with first impressions, talking to some of the authors (hope I don't embarrass myself -- I'll be a total fangirl!), and hopefully bringing a bit of the atmosphere to you. I hope I'll also be able to recruit some of these authors to visit the Mystery Book Club, too!
10-13-2009 05:35 PM
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A Matter of Justice (Inspector Ian Rutledge Series #11) A Pale Horse (Inspector Ian Rutledge Series #10) A False Mirror (Inspector Ian Rutledge Series #9) A Long Shadow (Inspector Ian Rutledge Series #8) A Cold Treachery (Inspector Ian Rutledge Series #7) A Fearsome Doubt (Inspector Ian Rutledge Series #6) Watchers of Time (Inspector Ian Rutledge Series #5) Legacy of the Dead (Inspector Ian Rutledge Series #4) Search the Dark (Inspector Ian Rutledge Series #3)
The mother-son duo who are "Charles Todd" blog about "Envy as a Tool" at Ransom Notes: