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Favorite mystery/detective writer~
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My favorite mystery writer is Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle~
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Arthur Conan Doyle.
Fun fact: He played as goalie for Portsmouth FC before creating Holmes and Watson.
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M / ♪ ♫ ☼ england
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lol Agatha Christie
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26 / M / Phoenix, Arizona
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LOL sherlock holmes
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27 / F / Living in the US...
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Jerry Bruckheimer.
is he one? lol. i know
he's an executive producer
of like all these CSI
tv shows. lol. oh well,
he's one to me! lol

how about Stephen King? lol
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Edgar Allan Poe
Mickey Spillane
Arthur Conan Doyle
Dashiell Hammett
Raymond Chandler
John D MacDonald
Edgar Wallace
Cornell Woolrich
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Agatha Christie. Her stories are timeless.
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22 / F / Texas
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arthur conan doyle.
gertrude chandler warner.
the person who does the clue jr. books.

a lot of people like agatha christie, but i've never gotten around to reading any of her stories.
suggestions?
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24 / F / boring, bland ohio
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Naoki Urasawa
I'm not sure if you'd consider manga a part of literature, but Monster is brilliant enough for recognition.
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Natsuo Kirino

Probably one of the most well-known authors as well. But she's just good. (Though I read a very crappy translation once. They just translate it from Japanese to English and from English to my language. So you can imagine how awful it was.)
Posted 9/4/08
Agatha Christie!!!! i can read her books everyday and never get bored of them
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Edgar Allan Poe. Pretty much the first one on the scene for this genre and his mystery stories are full of lulz
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30 / F / With the one I lo...
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Leon Groc 'we stole the Eiffel Tour'
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30 / F / wonderland
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xdevilettebesideyou wrote:

arthur conan doyle.
gertrude chandler warner.
the person who does the clue jr. books.

a lot of people like agatha christie, but i've never gotten around to reading any of her stories.
suggestions?


my fav is "and then there were none" by agatha christie~
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carolyn keene! i love nancy drew books =]
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