Romeo’s Tell by William Neubauer

Romeo’s Tell by William Neubauer
English | 2012 | Mystery & Thriller | ePUB | 335 KB

Why would you want to read Romeo’s Tell? What sets it apart from other mystery/thrillers? The story unfolds as a mystery on the surface of what turns out to be a much deeper, darker, and more complex conspiracy. Interesting perhaps, but many stories do that. And as with other mysteries it is possible to solve this one using inductive reasoning. But Romeo’s Tell does something a little different in that it affords the reader an additional opportunity: it literally provides the answer to the primary aspect of the mystery in the first ten percent of the book.

That is, if you are attentive and apply what is said, you can determine with no doubt “who done it” before you’ve finished reading the Amazon sample, even though the individual has not yet appeared in the story. This is not by way of guessing or surmising based on a series of obscure clues, but rather by using a very specific process that can lead to only one answer. In fairness it must be said that no one to my knowledge has actually figured it out that early in the story, but all who have read the book have understood exactly how they could have done so, quite simply, had they only thought to apply what they had read.

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