Top Ten Tuesday – Frequently Used Words In Mystery Titles

Top Ten Tuesday

Top Ten Tuesday is a meme hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl, featuring a different top 10 theme each week. This week’s topic is Frequently Used Words In [Insert Genre/Age Group] Titles.

I decided to go with “Perfect” in the Mystery genre! I was surprised how many there were! Have you read any of my “perfect” books?

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15 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday – Frequently Used Words In Mystery Titles

  1. I was surprised at first that thrillers would include so much ‘perfect’ but really it makes sense. It immediately lets us readers know to expect something *not* perfect will happen! lol. It sets us up to expect twists in the plot.

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  2. Someone else’s list of mystery/thriller titles included the word “good.” It’s interesting that “good” and “perfect” are both used a lot in mystery/thriller titles but in an ironic way. We all know if something seems too good or perfect to be true, it usually is 🙂

    Happy TTT!

    Susan

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