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  • Now, these are by no means the only flaws with this film—it seems to forget the murder-mystery plot line for what might have been an hour; it cries out for voiceovers by Barney as he penned his confessional (rather than the stilted info-dump conversations it employs); and the resolution of the murder is so heavy-handed it appears aimed at imbeciles (with apologies, of course, to imbeciles).

    Whose Barney's Version is This, Anyway?

  • While Marlowe concedes network execs have concerns about letting the pair embark on a relationship — "Everyone talks about the Moonlighting curse" — ultimately, he considers his show less a murder-mystery caper than a grand love story.

    Castle Exclusive: Inside TV's Hottest Romance

  • Rockstar Games/Associated Press Take-Two said it shipped more than four million copies of the murder-mystery videogame "L.A. Noire."

    Take-Two Swings to Loss

  • The novel contains those same elements (and starts with same murder-mystery hook), though some of them are downplayed in favor of new elements: specifically, a large portion of the book focuses on the disappearance of Shel's father, Michael, and Shel's and Dave's attempts to locate him.

    REVIEW: Time Travelers Never Die by Jack McDevitt

  • Watch a clip from AMC's new murder-mystery 'The Killing.

    Something's Rotten in Seattle

  • Still, when he lost his job as an art director for MTA-NYC Transit on Sept. 17, 2010 during a "workforce reduction," he decided to pen Murder at Transit, a who-might-do-it murder-mystery that's a cross between The Taking of Pelham 1, 2, 3 and High Noon.

    Nancy Ruhling: Astoria Characters: The Man in Transit

  • DS: In every group of writers happy exploring the infinite artistic possibilities of domestic realism or classic murder-mystery or sensawonder SF, there's always some odd duck who can't resist changing things up a little.

    EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Delia Sherman and Christopher Barzak on Interfictions 2

  • The Good: Campy, soapy, murder-mystery fun with Sarah Michelle Gellar playing estranged twin sisters separately on the run — what's not to like?

    Fall TV Report Card: How Is the New Class Doing?

  • Thus was born Rantings of a Crazed Soccer Mom, the blog of a stay-at-home mother and murder-mystery writer from Wilmington, N.C. Mrs. Nichols, 52, put up her first post in late 2004, serving up a litany of gripes about the Bush administration and people who thought they had “a monopoly on morality.”

    Sunday Reading

  • Discovery 'James Ellroy's LA: City of Demons' 'James Ellroy's LA: City of Demons' James Ellroy, author of such crime novels as "L.A. Confidential" and "The Black Dahlia," hosts a murder-mystery show for which he writes, centering on dark and gruesome murders in his hometown of L.A. Mr.

    TV on DVD

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