Table of contents for Write your own mystery story / by Tish Farrell.

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How to use this book 4-5
CHAPTER 1: Getting Started
First Things First 6-7
Get the Writing Habit 8-9
On the Case 10-11
Mystery Mastery 12-13
Undercover Work 14-15
Building a Case 16-17
Getting your Facts Straight 18-19
CHAPTER 2: Setting the Scene
Paint the Picture 20-21
CHAPTER 3: Characters
Tracking Down Your Hero 22-23
Master Criminals 24-25
Assistants and Suspects 26-27
CHAPTER 4: Viewpoint
Mystery Voices 28-29
CHAPTER 5: Synopses and Plot
Tell Your Story's Story 30-33
Baiting the Hook 34-35
Middles - The Plot Thickens 36-37
The End 38-39
CHAPTER 6: Wizard Words
Making Words Work 40-41
CHAPTER 7: Spellbinding Speech
Dramatic Dialogue 42-47
CHAPTER 8: Hints and Tips
Beating Writer's Block 48-49
More Tricks of the Trade 50-51
CHAPTER 9: Mystery Solved
The Next Step 52-53
Words from the Stars 54-55
How to Reach
Your Audience 56-57
The World of Publishing 58-59
CHAPTER 10: Find out more
Glossary 60-61
Further Information 62-63
Index 64

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Detective and mystery stories -- Authorship -- Juvenile literature.