Author of the award-winning Anna Kronberg Thriller Series
Victorian Thrillers & Mysteries
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Keeper of Pleas
Coming Winter 2015/16
Book 1 in the 1/2986 saga
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Annelie Wendeberg is an Ex-scientist and award-winning author.
Post-mortem, Dec 10, 1880
*If you are new to crowd-solving this string of murders - start here. Note to novice detectives: Each piece of new evidence might or might not give you answers, but will likely create more questions. Also: a high frustration threshold is a good thing to have. To understand the following case notes, you need to know three things about 1880 London: Coroners exist since the 12th century, the police is a relatively new invention. The intersecting jurisdictions (all cases of suspicious deaths) of coroner and police aren't regulated. There is, though, a gentlemanly first-come-fist-serve agreement, which might or might not be held up by the involved...
Solve these murders!
When I write a mystery, I never know in advance who the murderer is. I solve my crimes on the fly. This time -- for the Keeper of Pleas -- you can be my detectives. I will post Coroner case notes at least once a week. They contain statements of witnesses, suspects, and experts (such as surgeons who performed the post-mortems), as well as inquest notes. As brilliant detectives, you will have to ask a ton of questions. If you feel that a witness has not been thoroughly interrogated, demand a more thorough interrogation and point out what questions need to be asked. If you feel the post-mortem was...
Why I left Academia
I thought long and hard whether or not to write a post about my reasons to leave academia and a well-paid, permanent professorship for an unstable future as a self-employed fiction writer. I was worried that I will come across as a whiner, that I'd write the wrong things in a wrong tone. But most of all, I don't believe that my motivations would be interesting to anyone. However, this is my blog and I can write what I want. No one has to read my crap. So, here it goes. My reasons to leave academia: 1.) Bureaucracy. The higher I climbed the...
Fragment by Tom Welch A couple of days ago, I read my first-ever 1/2986 fan fiction and I was thrilled! Tom was so nice to permit the publication of his story on my blog. Enjoy! _______ My name is Juno. That's not very important - there are so many Junos running around. This is a story, a narrative; there may be some truth in it. It seems to tie in with all the excerpts from Eric's journals that float around, that seemingly come out of nowhere. This narrative begins many years ago when Eric and Mika were still alive. The...
In case you were impatiently waiting for the next book in the 1/2986 SciFi series, or you are simply wondering what the heck I was fiddling with all these months, here's the first chapter of "ice." When you lay down a law, see that it is not disobeyed; if it is disobeyed the offender must be put to death. The Art of War, Sun Tzu I’m about to die. I have mixed feelings about that, but no time to elaborate. The crunching noise is sickening — something’s broken. A sudden impact jerks me forward and I hit my head hard...
The Anna & Sherlock TV Series!
Okay people, this is huge: Two film companies are interested in producing the Kronberg Thriller Series - all 4 books! The plans so far: (1) co-production with a British company, (2) make a TV series, (3) authenticity is key (but also expensive). You want to see a razor-sharp woman kick ass in Victorian London? Help me make it happen! What I'll do: From July 6 - 12, Moriarty (the Kronberg Thriller Bundle) is on sale for 99 cents. I'm running a ton of ads to push this book up into the top 50 of Amazon, iTunes, B&N, and Kobo in the UK, US, and Canada. This will show the producers...
Coroner Case Notes Archive
Post-mortem, Dec 10, 1880
*If you are new to crowd-solving this string of murders - start here. Note to novice detectives: Each piece of new evidence might or might not give...
Solve these murders!
When I write a mystery, I never know in advance who the murderer is. I solve my crimes on the fly. This time -- for the...
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