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215 Crime Ideas for Writers

215 very clever ideas that will enable you to write unique, compelling and successful crime stories faster and easier than ever before.

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In today's ultra-competitive writing and publishing market, you need every advantage you can get. That's where our inspiring collection of writing ideas can help you.

Each of the 35 books in the ideas4writers collection is packed with versatile ideas, expert tips, and easy-to-implement practical advice.

You'll soon be writing brilliant books, amazing articles, and standout stories that will have readers, editors and publishers longing for more.

The CRIME collection includes:

  • An easy crime-writing formula
  • The different types of alibi
  • The best sorts of clues and where to hide them
  • Common mistakes and how to avoid them
  • The different sorts of detective that work best in fiction
  • How to create the perfect villain
  • How killers plan their murders
  • All about poisons and poisoning
  • The best places to hide a body
  • The best sorts of suspects and how to deal with them
  • How to make your victims more interesting
  • How to keep your readers engrossed
  • How to give your story a memorable ending
  • How to plan and organise your story
  • The best locations for crime stories
  • Plus over 50 great storylines you can use or adapt as you wish
  • And much more - far too many great ideas to list here!

Be a more inspired, more productive and more successful writer with the ideas4writers ideas collection.

Excerpt: Supply chains

Supply chains present a good opportunity for crime. There are so many of them and the people involved at various points along the chain aren't always vetted. Even if they have a completely unblemished record, they might just be waiting for the perfect moment to strike.

Let's take the supply of pharmaceuticals from the manufacturer to a country doctor as an example. There are opportunities at every stage for the drug to be switched for something more lethal, the wrong label applied, and so on. The wrong ingredients could be added during manufacturing, it could be put into the wrong packaging, it could be sent to the wrong place. There's probably a regional warehouse where the local surgeries and pharmacists send their orders for new stock. They'll need security guards and admin staff, some of whom might be corruptible. A delivery driver could stop off in a quiet country lane and switch the boxes around or add something that he's carrying with him. At the surgery a rogue nurse or the person in charge of the drug cabinet could switch the boxes, replace the labels, or add extra ingredients. And then there's the doctor himself - some of them have turned out to be serial killers.

That's just one interesting supply chain for you to explore. What other supply chains can you think of, and what scope is there for crime?

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