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Whodunnit? How to write better mysteries

Fair play is a big deal among mystery readers. And cozy mystery readers are no different.

Fair play just means you (as the writer) must give enough clues to your readers so that when you reveal whodunnit, it does not anger your readers. It’s a common complaint when fair play is violated in a mystery.

Readers expect this and other things when you write a cozy mystery, and you need to know what they are.

If you make readers feel duped or like they had no way of figuring your mystery out from the clues you left, you’ll have upset readers for sure.

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There are lots of things cozy mystery readers expect, and if you don’t get these right, you risk upset book buyers and bad reviews.

Fortunately, it’s not hard to avoid these common pitfalls. But you have to know what to avoid before you can avoid them, right?

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Beyond the idea of fair play, you get help with:

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  • Violence, Gore, Sex, etc.
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