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Nick wouldn’t dream of going on a case without his beloved cat. After all, they had been together for over three hundred years.


Abramelin Keldor


#paranormal #dreams

You be sure to throw the book at him, you hear me? I feel violated, Detective. Violated." "I'll throw this table at you if you don't give us the names we're looking for.


Derek Landy


#funny #humour #violated #funny

Time is a terrible thing because it can erase both joys and pains.


Gosho Aoyama


#inspirational #mystery #inspirational

Tja, fisch du bist halt schlau ;)


Nadine


#detective #fisch #intelligent #schlau #smart

The private detective of fiction is a fantastic creation who acts and speaks like a real man. He can be completely realistic in every sense but one, that one sense being that in life as we know it such a man would not be a private detective." (Letter, April 19, 1951)


Raymond Chandler


#private-detective #realism #writing #life

Because it is my desire. Is that not enough?" [Sherlock Holmes on his raison d'être.]


Arthur Conan Doyle


#motivation #raison-d-être #sherlock-holmes #motivational

When I saw the Twilight movies I thought being a Vampyre was so romantic. When my friends decided to be Vampyres it was so cool. We would do anything to be like Dwayne and Maria and the rest. I got what I wished for but I have no life to enjoy it with.


Abramelin Keldor


#paranormal #movies

There are no crimes and no criminals in these days. What is the use of having brains in our profession? I know well that I have it in me to make my name famous. No man lives or has ever lived who has brought the same amount of study and of natural talent to the detection of crime which I have done. And what is the result? There is no crime to detect, or, at most, some bungling villainy with a motive so transparent that even a Scotland Yard official can see through it.


Arthur Conan Doyle


#crime-solving #criminals #detectives #sherlock-holmes #superiority

In the detective story, as in its mirror image, the Quest for the Grail, maps (the ritual of space) and timetables (the ritual of time) are desirable. Nature should reflect its human inhabitants, i.e., it should be the Great Good Place; for the more Eden-like it is, the greater the contradiction of murder. The country is preferable to the town, a well-to-do neighborhood (but not too well-to-do-or there will be a suspicion of ill-gotten gains) better than a slum. The corpse must shock not only because it is a corpse but also because, even for a corpse, it is shockingly out of place, as when a dog makes a mess on a drawing room carpet." (The guilty vicarage: Notes on the detective story, by an addict, Harper's Magazine, May 1948)


W.H. Auden


#detective-stories #mysteries #setting #writing #nature

The only reason you need me at all, John, is because Magick actually works. If it were all just smoke and mirrors and stage magic, if the world worked the way religion or science says it works, then we wouldn’t have Vampyres in the first place. I’d be out of a job.


Abramelin Keldor


#paranormal #religion






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