With A Twist - A Lt. Jack Daniels Locked Room Mystery Short by JAck Kilborn, J.A. Konrath

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I did. The remote is in a garbage can next to the payphone I called from, if anyone wants it back. ” I explained the suicide note, the Clue game, and the puzzle magazines. ” he asked. ” “That was Edward’s favorite clue. I’d tell you, but I’m sure you’ll figure it out eventually. Anyway, there’s a surprise for you in John Dickson Carr’s book The Three Coffins. Don’t bother calling me back—I’m throwing away this phone as soon as I hang up. ” And he was gone. We found the Carr book without difficulty.

Edward lived very well for the last month of his life. He spent a lot of money. ” “Not much,” Herb said. I shushed him. “Can I assume, Lieutenant, that you’ve figured everything out? Found all the clues? If you know everything, I’m supposed to give you a reward. Edward has this list of questions. ” Not knowing what else to say, I agreed. ” “You removed the entire door and frame while the door was already locked. Edward, or you, used a reciprocating saw to cut around the door frame. Then one of you glued new trim to the inside of the frame.

However improbable it seems. It’s as if someone took off the roof, and he jumped out of a plane and landed in his living room. ” I felt a headache coming on. The house had two entry points, the front door and the rear door. Each had been dead-bolted from the inside—no outside entry was possible. The locks were privacy locks, similar to the ones on hotel rooms; there were no keyholes, just a latch. The first officers on the scene had to break through a window to get in; the windows had all been locked from the inside.

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