Suicide Notes: Fact & Fallacy
As many of you know I regularly contribute articles to the Crime Fiction Collective BLOG every other Tuesday. It’s a really great BLOG for mystery writers. Today I am discussing suicide notes and how you can use them as tools to create leads, false flags, and tension between characters. Suicide notes can tell you a great deal about the motivations of the person (or even the suspect if the scene has been staged) and, as writers, you can use that language to steer your readers in certain directions within the story. Check out the posting here.
Posted on November 8, 2011, in Characters, The Crime Scene and tagged autopsy, Crime Scene, detective, fiction, forensics, murder, mystery, police, search warrant, suicide note, thriller, tom adair. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.