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Trinity on Track – Chapter Two

Trinity on Track – Chapter Two

To: Doctor Pulane advice@allaboutgirls.com From: Nosipho Mamusa nosiphomamusa@gmail.com Re: Menstrual irregularities Dear Dr Pulane, I am sixteen years old. My cycle has always been a bit irregular, but this month it is really late in starting. I'm not exactly sure...

Trinity on Track – Chapter One

Trinity on Track – Chapter One

To: Trinity Luhabe trinityluhabe@gmail.com From: President of the Paranormal Association of South Africa admin@paranormalSA.com Re: Ghost of Sisulu House Dear Ms Luhabe, We were fascinated to hear about your close encounter of the eerie kind with a paranormal...

HAUNTED goes on sale today

  Book Three of the Eulalie Park Mystery series is available to purchase on Amazon Kindle from today - 15 March.   Here is the book description:   "People don't disappear. Not without help." Five years ago, girl-next-door Jessica Manilow vanished while...

HOOKED goes on sale today

HOOKED goes on sale today

"One dead wife is a tragedy. Two is a pattern." Eulalie Park knows that when a woman is murdered, her husband is always the number-one suspect. But what do you do when that husband is also your client? Someone pushed Emma Egger off a five-story balcony. Her husband...

HACKED goes on sale today

HACKED goes on sale today

The first book in The Eulalie Park Mysteries series is now available to buy on Amazon Kindle. Book description: Marcel Faberge is not a popular man. When he turns up dead, there is no shortage of suspects. Unfortunately, one of them is Fleur, the best friend of...

Hiding clues in a murder mystery novel

Hiding clues in a murder mystery novel

There is a certain kind of murder mystery that belongs to the golden age of mystery fiction. This is the so-called play-fair mystery that was pioneered by Dorothy L Sayers, Agatha Christie, and the writers of Ellery Queen. It is constructed in such a way that the...

Flashbacks, time jumps, and head hopping

Flashbacks, time jumps, and head hopping

If a flashback is a backwards jump in narrative time, and a time jump is a forwards jump, then head hopping is usually a sideways jump. Another possibility is to have two or more narratives running concurrently, often from different time periods. We've all read novels...

Fiona Snyckers

Fiona Snyckers is a published South African author. Her novels include: Trinity Rising, Trinity On Air, Team Trinity & Now Following You. Purchase your book today.

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