NEW STORY SUMMARIES
Mary Jane Fonder Case
A woman is inexplicably murdered in her own church. A frazzled congregation produces an assortment of viable clues, but a child fishing in a nearby by lake catches the key piece of evidence.
The Annie Le Case
Agatha Christie fans loved her Locked Room mysteries---the ones where the victim and the potential suspects are all in the same place at the same time. Someone has to be the killer, but who?
The Richard Covington Murders
Two people are found murdered by rescue workers responding to a suspicious apartment fire. Soon one of their neighbors is also found shot to death. The killings appear to be connected but police don’t know how, until fibers from a car interior, some bug larvae, and a single dog hair expose a killer.
The Misty Morse Case
Along the Florida coast, the bound and gagged body of a beautiful young woman is found in a remote stretch of river. What finally breaks the case are dog hairs, a distinctive piece of nylon rope, and a knot that is could be the work of a trained sailor.
The Sierra Bouzigard Case
A random murder is normally the hardest type of crime to solve. No relationship between victim and killer; no readily apparent motive. That's exactly what detectives in rural Louisiana were up against when a teenager is found brutally murdered. Their only clue? A DNA profile of the killer that didn’t match a profile in any of their databases. But a brand new computer program puts a ‘face’ on that unknown sample and lands a killer behind bars.
The Dennis and Norma Woodruff Case
A loving Christian couple is brutally killed in their own home. Authorities consider a botched robbery until further examination of the crime indicates the victims almost certainly knew who killed them. Ballistics and cell phone activity ultimately expose a killer with a double life he no longer wanted to keep secret.
The Rosemarie Essa Case
A fender-bender car accident appears to claim the life of a wealthy mother of two. But there’s no visible trauma to her body and toxicology screens turn up nothing. So how does a seemingly healthy 38 year old suddenly die? Is it the accident, or has someone set up an elaborate scheme to make it appear that way? The clue lies half-way around the world.
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A fearless serial killer…a miraculous surviving victim….and the forensic artist whose work leads to a capture.
Suitcases with body parts wash up on shore. Even with decomposure, another forensic artist identifies the victim. “Human sawdust” and an errant prescription bottle finger a suspect.
An international businessman is found dead. The victim has no enemies. But who is the man seen with the dead man’s wife?
A cold case gets new life, with ancestry databases, genealogy tests and accurate results leads to the killer of two teenagers in Canada.
A mysterious death of a doctor points to her husband…but an anonymous letter and it’s unique typeface tell a different story.