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Anikka
Anikka
Babelfish

Aug-25-2010 18:49

"A little girl dreams about death. When she wakes she finds her father murdered. Coincidence? Premonition? You've been around to long to get caught in flights of fancy... haven't you? Stick to the facts, tread carefully, and choose your questions wisely."

Head on over to Delhi for a new, incredibly hard Scripted Mystery written by Joseph Zeo and edited by Secret_Squirrel. Awash in lush imagery and in-your-face evil, Zeo has filled this latest puzzler with diabolical twists and turns - some of which may spell the end of you!

Good luck, and happy hunting!

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Sleuth Admin
Sleuth Admin
Tale Spinner

Aug-27-2010 13:26

Ugh. I'm going to have to cheat to get through this one. I've tried twice thus far.

Nice work Joseph!

(thanks Editors)


Paranoid_Android
Paranoid_Android
Story Teller

Aug-27-2010 19:51

you always cheat!

Paranoid_Android
Paranoid_Android
Story Teller

Aug-27-2010 21:52

p.s. I think the thing people forget in SM's is that, as it's been written and handed down through the Sleuth ages, normal case conventions don't necessarily apply :)

ctown28
ctown28
Tireless Tiger

Aug-28-2010 10:30

You mean you are actually playing Ben? Sheesh, don't you have work to do like giving us hints to secret # 3? ;-)

Great job on the SM, JZ. Took me a few tries. I should have listened to my instincts the first time around!

Lady Jas
Lady Jas
The Chosen One

Aug-28-2010 11:22

Thanks JZ..realy enjoyed it! :)

Joseph Zeo
Joseph Zeo
Tale Spinner

Aug-28-2010 13:24

ctown, you're right, following one's instinct is probably the best way to go about solving this mystery (and reading the details carefully is the best way to avoid getting 'killed'); and SS, i think yours is the best hint for everyone who haven't solved it as well (normal case conventions don't necessarily apply).

I believe Vulkie was the first to have solved it, so congratulation! the prize goes to Vulkie3. Do let me know if there's any one who thinks otherwise. Apologies, i should've posted the prize announcement earlier. Anyway, I'm glad some of you enjoyed playing the SM.

Now that i got part of my brain back (didn't realize the little sucker in my tummy was taking away my IQ until the vomiting began, and continued to drain my brain juice even at this moment), I shall continue with writing my SM4 [Crimson Codex]. I do have my eyes on the title of Yarn Weaver... :)

Rosamund Clifford
Rosamund Clifford
Tale Spinner

Aug-31-2010 03:04

Phew! Finally caught the murderer. Great mystery, Joseph!

It has been a long hot summer, but here in Sleuthville it certainly has not been dry. We've got no less than three new featured mysteries in an incredibly short time, all of them very good. Congratulations to the authors, and a big thank you to the editors, you guys did a wonderful job.

joyfuljones
joyfuljones
Collector

Sep-10-2010 16:10

Yikes, that was brutal. Joseph, what a terrific mystery!

Joseph Zeo
Joseph Zeo
Tale Spinner

Sep-18-2010 17:54

Thank you joyfuljones. I like your compliment :) I love brutality...

Majysticus
Majysticus
Well-Connected

Aug-9-2011 09:31

Don't mean to bump this thread,but 3 tries at the mystery and I'm still frustrated!

1st try:Someone ended up getting shot.
2nd try:Wrong person!
3rd try:Wrong person!

I'm really losing it here...:(

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