| Bad Guys You Can Believe In: How to Write Convincing Culprits
In the mystery genre, two characters drive the story—and they both must be equally believable. TWA’s Harrison Demchick recently addressed this challenge in his article, “Writing a Convincing Culprit.” As a guest posting on Elizabeth Spann Craig’s blog, he reminds us that a convincing antagonist is at the core of every great mystery.
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