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11th Oct '17 3:49:51 PM MasterN
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* Owen Johnson's "One hundred in the Dark" doesn't fall into any of the above. The narrator mentions the various types of mysteries, then offers his own original mystery that fulfills what he says are the obligations of a story. [[spoiler:A priceless necklace is stolen at a dinner party. The enterprising victim, who also happens to be the hostess, comes up with a solution that manages to get her stolen property back. However, the result is that the mystery of who took it in the first place will never be solved.]]


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* Owen Johnson's "One hundred in the Dark" doesn't fall into any of the above. The narrator mentions the various types of mysteries, then offers his own original mystery that fulfills what he says are the obligations of a story. [[spoiler:A priceless necklace is stolen at a dinner party. The enterprising victim, who also happens to be the hostess, comes up with a solution that manages to get her stolen property back. However, the result is that the mystery of who took it in the first place [[TheUnreveal will never be solved.]]

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28th Oct '11 9:06:59 PM Micah
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* A pure procedural, usually [[PoliceProcedural police]] based: We know what the viewpoint characters know. Favorite lurking grounds of the NotSoFastBucko.

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* A pure procedural, usually [[PoliceProcedural police]] based: We know what the viewpoint characters know. Favorite lurking grounds of the NotSoFastBucko.YourPrincessIsInAnotherCastle.
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