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Posted: 1/25/2009 1:23 AM PST
Sorry for the tongue in cheek there I sometimes lose it for short periods thank you Jesus and Dr Smith for the pills.
Anyhow the Mystery book should maybe have a name that is a double entendre kind of thing it is reather formulaic but it seems to work.
So we got Carlos Sanches D E D and John Pearson and old friend looking for the killer. So the last part is easy=
:A Dettective John Pearson Story
The first part is the tricksy part. =
You Can't Kill Loyalty:
A Dettective John Pearson Story
Posted: 1/24/2009 11:22 PM PST
If it's in first person:
Last Duty Paid to My Friend
What Happened Carlos?
Trying to Catch a Killer
Old, Dead, and Avenged
Hope these help
Posted: 1/23/2009 6:57 PM PST
Here's a few if that one is already used;
Murder on Black hills Drive
Black Hills drive
But I don't think I've ever heard that title used before.
Posted: 1/21/2009 12:22 AM PST
Posted: 1/20/2009 2:57 PM PST
Curtains for Carlos
Posted: 1/20/2009 1:54 PM PST
Catching Up On Old Times?
Postmorten Reunion? (Sorry, that was supposed to be a little funny.)
Posted: 1/20/2009 12:34 PM PST
what do yall think of " Gunning down Carlos."
Posted: 1/20/2009 12:18 PM PST
A Sad Reunion
Posted: 1/17/2009 2:37 AM PST
What about something vaguely related to homicide or the justice system:
'The Body of Evidence'
'The Scales of Justice'
'Do Not Cross'
'A Dead Certainty'
Posted: 1/16/2009 12:02 PM PST
thats cool but black hills drive doesnt realy go into the story i just made it up. so the title dont need that part. yall should part of the chapter to help
Posted: 1/14/2009 12:20 PM PST
Try google-ing your proposed title and see if it does come up. If it doesn't then yay but if it does, why not call it something like 'Gunned down on Black Hills Drive'.
Posted: 1/14/2009 12:11 PM PST
ok my book is about a detective named John Pearson. He is trying to figure out who shot his old friend Carlos Sanchez. I have been calling it 203 black hills drive, but that sounds used.