Who Killed Bob?

Rated 4.33/5 based on 3 reviews
Bob is dead. He appears to have died in his study, alone and with the doors locked. On his desk are a pen and a photograph of his family - which are usually there.
What are not usually there, are the ice pick, claw hammer, kitchen knife and bottle of prussic acid which have been arranged on his desk. A lot of questions need to be answered. The main one is WHO KILLED BOB?
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About Stephen Craig

Stephen lives in England with his wife and after spending more years than he cares to mention living in the 'real' world has found that he can have more fun climbing into his imagination and (darkest) thoughts and putting a pen to a nice piece of paper.

He considers himself to be a writer of stories (but does not claim to be good).

He has published the first in a series of whodunits (WHO KILLED BOB?), the first in The Cycle Of Gareth (GRIM REAPING) and a dark horror in The Duttleton Saga (THE DROWNING OF THE INNOCENTS).

His new story is a seasonal mystery, A COLD WIND BLOWS.

He is working on follow-ups to the above and also a new psychological horror series.

On top of this, Stephen has written a number of short/flash fiction stories that have now been compiled into a single volume (TWELVE CUTS FROM THE NIB) with an additional previously unreleased story.

He is also working on his first fantasy novel.

He has decided that he enjoys writing so much that he will continue to do so until he stops.

Which might mean he has died.

Until that time, he hopes that you get as much enjoyment from reading his stories as he does in writing them.

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Ben Kalcher reviewed on May 2, 2013

I'm not a fan of Mysteries, not sure why, maybe I feel the plot doesn't move along at a nice pace and that they are full of questions to achieve the same answer. Who Killed Bob therefore is an achievement in its own right. First for me reading it from start to finish and second for actually enjoying it.

Sometimes its easy to tell where a book is going, what the ending will be, not for one moment did I know who the killer would be in this story. I decided who the killer was early on and kind of played that in my mind, sadly, my case was wrong as good as it might have been. Overall though a good little read gaining five stars for character development, good plot and for keeping me going!
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Justin Seyder reviewed on March 22, 2013

Entertaining read - very well written. Less descriptive overload in this one makes for a far more pleasurable digest.
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Sue Erickson reviewed on March 15, 2013

Nice little mystery story.
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