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04/12/07
Love it! This is a nice twist to the topic. The idea of having the perpatrator tell the crime, but you don't realize it until the end. Great job.
04/12/07
Nothing like a British mystery, my favorite kind! You have a well-developed character in your narrator, more genuine than the "flat" sort one might expect in a short story.

You also have produced such atmosphere, somehow, that I could easily see the story playing out on the TV screen. I'm impressed!
Do I see a bit of Agatha Christy in this piece? Great all the way through.
04/12/07
Yep, this is how its done. I felt like I was there, and what a twist with the true thief as the narrator. Excellent!
04/13/07
Ahh - a true mystery!! I felt like I was reading a story from Ellery Queen magazine! One note - "it's" is only used when you mean to say "it is". Such talent flows from your pen (or keyboard). Love love love this entry!
A different approach to mystery. Good job. I liked it.
This was a great story. The characters were well developed and the ending a complete surprise.
04/17/07
Excellent and quite masterful job! Reminded me of Agatha Christie and Clue all rolled into one. The twist at the end puts it over the top! Nice work. Blessings, Cheri
I felt like I was playing a game of Clue! You really surprised me with the narrator as the criminal. I loved how you worked it out so everyone got what he or she deserved. An excellent mystery1
04/18/07
Excellent voice and so engaging - I loved the twist also. Very well written!
04/18/07
loved the POV! Great reading!!