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whodunit

(huˈdənɪt)
n. a detective story. (see also thriller-diller.) I go through about three whodunits a week.
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A genuine musical whodunit could have made an inventive concept.
Buried less than a year, the October Surprise scandal came back to life last fall with Trick or Treason: The October Surprise Mystery, an engaging journalistic whodunit by Robert Parry.
MIAMI, March 27 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Carnival Cruise Lines, the world's largest cruise operator, and Whodunit Productions, the leading organizer of mystery cruises at sea, have teamed up for a series of "Whodunit Cruises" aboard the 2,052-passenger "Fun Ship" Carnival Paradise from Long Beach, Calif.
Set in the Age of Fighting Sail, right at the close of the 18th century, A Game of Bones is a seagoing adventure novel with seasonings of whodunit.
Superman whodunit pulls the cape off seamier side of fame
The team of Ron and Janet Benrey craft a tantalizing love story behind the whodunit tale of poison, pets hovering by to encourage the sleuths, and the world of art, tea, and baking.
A real curiosity, this: a musical whodunit, no less, set in an isolated mansion and featuring a host of colourful crime fiction stereotypes who find themselves thrown together when an unknown assassin begins bumping them off.
Daria Karpova brings back some fun to the literary forum with a dose of action mixed with adventure, opposites and attractions, and a little whodunit for good measure.
THE mystery of the pounds 30million Lottery winner was a whodunit with the most heart-warming of endings.
This is a thoroughly modern, complex, and entertaining romp of a whodunit.
Stylish, sexy and dripping with glamour, Mrs Bradley brings the whodunit out of the drawing room.
Returning to the scene of the crime, Sternfeld inverts the tropes of the whodunit genre by working wit the evidence missing--no body bags, no chalk marks, no blood on the pavement; for the most part, no people.
The story is an artful combination of a business case study of a fledgling public company during the bubble and an intriguing whodunit.