The Master of Mystery

This week's writing tips are from the Master of Mystery herself, Agatha Christie
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The Master of Mystery - Agatha Christie
Take a look at these tips from the bestselling novelist of all time and the master of Mystery, Agatha Christie:
1. Build the Perfect Backdrop - The settings always provided a clue to the reader that something chilling could be just around every corner.
2. Larger than life characters - Both Poirot and Mrs Marple couldn’t be more different but were always memorable due to to their larger than life personas.
3. Provide a plot twist - Agatha Christie thrived on making her readers second-guess themselves by introducing massive plot twists towards the end of her works.
Now Try This! Writing Prompt - You discover a trap door in your home that you never knew about.
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