Synopses & Reviews
Thirty-seven cases of murder and mayhem you can solve in under five minutes!
Test your powers of observation and deductive reasoning in this series of mysteries from Ken Weber, the master of the succinct whodunit. Each book contains more than 30 mysteries -- baffling cases and ingenious solutions guaranteed to challenge and entertain.
About the Author
Ken Weber is an expert craftsman of the short, compelling tales of intrigue. He has written six previous Five Minute Mysteries books, and Games magazine selected one as a best book of 1989. He is also the author of One-Up Trivia, a unique take on trivia books. He lives in Toronto, Canada.
Table of Contents
An early morning murder at 13 Humberview -- The case of the slow-moving ducks -- Squash and the scales of justice -- Microwaves on the freeway? -- Double suicide on Midland Ridge -- The end of a mythophile -- The case of the erring arsonist -- The last will and testament of Norville Dobbs, orthographer -- The case of the thieving welder -- The antique store shooting -- Anyone missing at the apiary? -- The return of the stolen paintings -- The train to Kaministikwia -- The case of the floral killer -- A cash transfer at the good eats diner -- T.A. Jones strikes again -- The case of the attempted suicide -- The lost mine of headless valley -- Is something wrong at the high commission? -- The results of the eighth race -- Something fishy at Rustico Farm -- Who hid the medicine? -- Dead Sea tour -- Arranging the locker assignments -- The sinking of the Alberton Pride -- The case of the scalpel murder -- Cutting up the Pierce Arrow -- The case of the jewelry thieves -- All applications treated seriously -- The boshkung mystery rectangle -- A letter to Spain -- The case of the walking sweater -- The telegram from Uganda --