April Fools! Whodunits with Humor

Tuesday, April 01, 2014

Mysteries are often full of cons, criminals, and villains trying to pull the wool over your eyes, but you’ll be no one’s April fool when you curl up with the hilarious reads in our collection of funny detective stories below.

ls msMcNally’s Secret by Lawrence Sanders

Inveterate playboy Archy McNally gets paid to make discreet inquiries for Palm Beach’s power elite. Today’s client is Lady Cynthia Horowitz, a nasty piece of work who, six husbands later, lives in a mansion
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What is a Bibliomystery?

Thursday, November 15, 2012 jeffery deaver bibliomysteryIf you go to the dictionary (as a traditionalist), you will discover that there is no listing for the word bibliomystery—or hit your computer’s spell-checker and the squiggly little red line in your word processing program will flag the term as a nonexistent or misspelled word.

Nonetheless, bibliophiles who also are mystery fiction aficionados certainly know what the word means, however abstruse or esoteric it may seem to those poor souls who do not share those affections. Books
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