Synopses & Reviews
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.
Thirty-four cases of murder and mayhem you can solve in under five minutes!
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
A clean place to make an end of it -- Chasing the bank robbers -- The power of chance -- On flight 701 from Hong Kong -- Trying to find headquarters -- The case of the disappearing credit card -- A badly planned Saturday? -- From sine timore -- Could be the biggest thing since Tutankhamen -- A report on conditions at Scutari -- At the scene of the accident -- The midterm exam: which way is up? -- The final exam: Digging in the right place -- A double assassination at the falls -- They come in threes, don't they? -- Witness to a hit-and-run -- The plot at the rockface -- Regina versus Kirk -- Danger at the border -- The case of the strange hieroglyphs -- The fuchsia track suit kidnapping -- An almost perfect spot -- An interrupted patrol -- The view from the second-floor promenade -- Death in the Bide-a-Wee Motel -- Bailing out the Navy - for a price -- The case of the missing .38 Smith and Wesson -- On the trail of the stolen horses -- The royal blue escort -- An unlikely visitor - or two -- The mission in the clearing -- Tresspassing on the MBA property -- When history becomes math -- Nothing wrong with Helena, Montana.