Who Dun It? Murder Mystery Literature & Writing Second Edition


“This was my favorite class in high school!” – Saxon, homeschool grad.

Suspenseful intrigue. Masterfully created characters. A story you just can’t put down. How does one write such a book?

Clever red herrings. Unexpected plot twists. A compelling mystery.

Creating your own mystery novel seems daunting. Not anymore! With this course you will learn the essentials in murder mystery writing that will apply across many genres. Our most popular high school course is updated, expanded, and easier to use for moms and teachers in a 15-week semester or 18-week semester – SECOND EDITION!

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In Who Dun It? Murder Mystery Literature & Writing Second Edition, you will:
  • Read and analyze classic murder mysteries.
  • Learn history of murder mysteries.
  • Analyze and create unique detective with strengths, weaknesses, and compelling personality.
  • Create a clever, elusive villain.
  • Complete helpful charts to develop each character.
  • Learn to form proper clues and where to place them.
  • Study the anatomy of a good red herring.
  • Outline each scene’s development.
  • Begin and ending your story well with a strong inciting incident and a jaw-dropping reveal.
  • And finally, write your very own murder mystery!
Take a major step forward in your student’s writing development with the popular high school level Who Dun It? course – updated and expanded.
The following writings are included in American Literature & Writing:
  • “Murder in the Rue Morgue” by Edgar Allan Poe
  • “The Ordinary Hairpins” by E. C. Bentley
  • “The Archduke’s Tea” by H. C. Bailey
  • “A Singular Abduction” by Rodrigues Ottolengui
You will need to purchase, borrow, or download the following books:
  • The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes by Sir Conan Doyle
  • Favorite Father Brown Stories by G.K. Chesterton
  • Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie
  • Murder on the Links by Agatha Christie
  • Whose Body? by Dorothy Sayers
  • Where are You Now? by Mary Higgins Clark
  • The Red Hat Mystery by Ellery Queen
  • 2 children’s mysteries of family’s choice
  • The Red House Mystery by A. A. Milne (for Bonus Weeks only)
It’s a rainy day and there’s only one thing to do! Make some hot chocolate and curl up with a cozy little murder mystery. Match your wits against the detective and see if you can discover who did it. Does that sound fun to you and your high school student? Have you dreamed of writing your own mystery? Grab your copy today!
Who Dun It? is a one credit high school course. 
462 pages

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