I thought for sure that I had already written a Puzzle Theme for the Cozy Mystery Site… but I got a little confused with the Sudoku Theme (which includes both Shelley Freydont‘s and Kaye Morgan‘s Sudoku Mystery Series)…
Nero Blanc (Wife & Husband Writing Team: Cordelia Frances Biddle & Steve Zettler): This Crossword Mystery Series features the crossword editor of a newspaper (Annabella “Belle” Graham) and a private detective (ex-police officer Rosco Polycrates) in Massachusetts…
Parnell Hall (aka J. P. Hailey): The Puzzle Lady Mystery Series revolves around Cora Felton and her niece Sherry Carter, both of who live in Connecticut. Cora appears to be something she isn’t>>> But, what she is, is someone who enjoys her cigarettes and liquor. Enter the Puzzle Lady, the creator of a syndicated crossword puzzle column…
Gail Oust writes the Bunco Babes Mystery Series which features senior citizens from a retirement community who play Bunco, and solve mysteries…
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The three scary movies I remember growing up were the Gargoyles, Mysterious Island (with the big Chicken they had, and the two people who got put in the honeycomb sealed up by bees.) Also, the first time I watched that movie our phone rang and when I went to pick it up, it was ringing on the other end. Talk about scary for a pre-teenager.
Also, there was one movie (but I can’t remember the title) about a woman who had a voodoo doll and if it lost the chain, it came to life. In the end it terrorized her and she shoved it in the oven to kill it, and when she opened the oven door the fumes overtook her and she became possessed by it can anyone help me with the title?
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I think that I found the movie you are looking for… It is the third part of a movie that featured Karen Black in three scary vignettes:
Trilogy of Terror (1975)
Suggestion for a new category – mysteries taking place in geographic places – here in Texas it’s 103+ and I would like to go to a ski resort or an iceberg locale for a mystery,
Don’t forget “A Six Letter Word for Death” I think by Patricia Moyes. Here best is “Murder Fantastical”, but they are all good.