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Murder Mystery

During the murder trial of Reginald Spalking, the Cincinnati plumber who would eventually be acquitted of all charges related to the death of Patrick S., Esq, successful litigation attorney, Spalking was quoted as saying, “Let a sleeping dog lie is one thing, but let a lying dog sleep is something else altogether.”

    TAGS:  Cincinnati, murder mystery, murder trials, plumber

I have nothing to do today, so I think I’ll write a novel; as for the plot, I’ll have to use all the Scrine sentences as my guide.

    TAGS:  murder mystery, plots

It was a dark and stormy night when Rufus and Schuster found a body in the pond, and suddenly all that could be heard was the cawing of that damn bird.

    TAGS:  Rufus & Schuster, dead bodies, caw, murder mystery

Henry didn’t believe in apocalyptic theme songs or zombies or radio-owning hermits, but Bob did, but with the body floating there in plain sight of the bird, both men suddenly realized it mattered very little what either of them believed; it was murder that was afoot, murder and them as they began the long walk back into town, the mocking caw of the bird announcing their every step.

    TAGS:  murder mystery

The duck on the woman’s plate had obviously been the victim of murder, but what was even more obvious was Rufus’ reckless desire for the woman; “Easy, my friend,” Schuster whispered to Rufus as the woman sucked noisely at one of the duck’s greasy leg bones, “lest our dinner companion decide to serve you as the next course.”

    TAGS:  ducks, Rufus & Schuster, Schuster, Rufus, bones, murderous intentions, desire, murder mystery, duck - the food

When suddenly, a shot rang out, and the two orphans stared as the murderer leapt out of the curtains and dashed across the stage, chased improbably by a rather short metal bird; “Must be controlled by strings,” said one orphan, “Or it’s a zombie,” said the other.

    TAGS:  murder mystery


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