The Most Unusual Murder Weapons in Crime Fiction

One of the first things you discover as a crime writer is that the range of plausible murder methods is disappointingly small. Basically, it’s stabbing, throat-cutting, strangling, shooting, drowning, burning alive (yike), asphyxiating, pushing off a high building, or bonking on the head. Most of these methods hold very little potential for the murderer to … Continue reading The Most Unusual Murder Weapons in Crime Fiction