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#28 Perfect 10 Mystery Suspense Thriller Cold Case Plots

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Table of Contents

28-1 TROUBLE AT THE VICARAGE – REAL MYSTERY

Plot Summary - Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

Detailed Character Descriptions

Details on Setting and Locations

Perfect Pitch

Ways To Make The Story Uniquely Yours

28-2 BEAR BROOK REMAINS – REAL MYSTERY THRILLER

Plot Summary - Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

Detailed Character Descriptions

Details on Setting and Locations

Perfect Pitch

Ways To Make The Story Uniquely Yours

28-3 THE CONNECTICUT RIVER KILLINGS – REAL MYSTERY THRILLER

Plot Summary - Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

Detailed Character Descriptions

Details on Setting and Locations

Perfect Pitch

Ways To Make The Story Uniquely Yours

28-4 MISSING FOR TWELVE YEARS – REAL MYSTERY THRILLER

Plot Summary - Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

Detailed Character Descriptions

Details on Setting and Locations

Perfect Pitch

Ways To Make The Story Uniquely Yours

28-5 A BODY IN THE DUNES – REAL MYSTERY SUSPENSE

Plot Summary - Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

Detailed Character Descriptions

Details on Setting and Locations

Perfect Pitch

Ways To Make The Story Uniquely Yours

28-6 MAGPIE SMART – REAL MYSTERY SUSPENSE

Plot Summary - Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

Detailed Character Descriptions

Details on Setting and Locations

Perfect Pitch

Ways To Make The Story Uniquely Yours

28-7 AN EXCEPTIONAL PHOTOGRAPH – REAL MYSTERY THRILLER

Plot Summary - Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

Detailed Character Descriptions

Details on Setting and Locations

Perfect Pitch

Ways To Make The Story Uniquely Yours

28-8 THE LIMO DRIVER – REAL MYSTERY THRILLER

Plot Summary - Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

Detailed Character Descriptions

Details on Setting and Locations

Perfect Pitch

Ways To Make The Story Uniquely Yours

28-9 AN AXE MURDERER – REAL MYSTERY THRILLER

Plot Summary - Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

Detailed Character Descriptions

Details on Setting and Locations

Perfect Pitch

Ways To Make The Story Uniquely Yours

28-10 A TELEVISION MURDER – REAL MYSTERY SUSPENSE

Plot Summary - Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

Detailed Character Descriptions

Details on Setting and Locations

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28-1 TROUBLE AT THE VICARAGE – REAL MYSTERY

Plot Summary - Chapter by Chapter Breakdown

Based on the story of Mary Winkler. According to police, Mary Winkler confessed to the March 22, 2006 killing of her husband, whose body was discovered in their home by church members after he missed that evening's service.

In a nutshell: Ten years ago, Simon, the youngest son of Roger Scott, the vicar of the parish of Exeter, New Hampshire, found his father at the foot of the stairs leading to his parents’ master bedroom. The vicar’s wife, Catherine came rushing downstairs and took her son away from the horrid scene before calling 9-1-1. Their eldest son, Julian came through the door after spending an evening with friends. He knelt beside his father saying, “We’ll find who did this to you; I promise.” Following a series of interviews, Inspector Alan Mayhew is coming up short of answers. Today, Chief Inspector Mayhew is called upon to revisit the case. Simon Scott is now 23 years old – he wants answers: “Who killed my dad and why?” Following a lengthy investigation, Julian is arrested for the murder of his father, Roger Scott. Julian hated his father for spoiling his younger brother. He needed to eliminate his dad from the family portrait!

Part One - Rising Tension

Chapter One

CH 1/Scene 1 – When Inspector Alan Mayhew arrives at the vicarage, he was not sure if re-opening this ten-year-old cold case was a good idea. However, Simon Scott, the son of the vicar had found his father, stabbed through the chest, on the floor of the foyer of their home one Saturday evening. Lengthy interviews did not provide any lead; the only possible witnesses had alibis and no obvious reason to kill the vicar. Was it a hate crime after all, Alan had to wonder?

CH 1/Scene 2 – Vicar Roger Scott had been a tall, white man with handsome facial features, who had broken away from tradition when he married a gorgeous Afro-American woman by the name of Catherine Downing. Catherine had been a model housewife and a devoted parishioner. She had participated in every festivity in the community, had lent a hand in the local shelter regularly; and had served in quite a few community or charity organizations.

CH 1/Scene 3 – Roger Scott had never been afraid to speak his mind. He made his fair share of enemies – many questioning his marriage or his relationship (if any) with his housekeeper, Alice Randall. A beautiful woman herself, Alice was not shy to advertise the fact that she was looking for a man “to take care of her”. However, she was diligent and hardworking when it came to handling the household shores.

CH 1/Scene 4 – Julian Scott is the older son. He tried very hard to emulate his father in everything he did. He went to the same schools as his father did; he found himself a girlfriend who was shockingly good-looking and as white as his mother was black. Lisa is Irish – with a temper to match. A year after his father passed away, Julian married the lovely Lisa. Today they enjoy a quiet life in Exeter, NH, with their three children.

Chapter Two

CH 2/Scene 1 – And then there was Simon Scott. On the morning of his first visit at the local precinct, Simon had made a decision. He had thought of this day for over ten years. When he found his father at the bottom of the stairs, he was absolutely sure that the reason for him rushing to the foyer was the fact that he heard someone crying out (or yelling – he couldn’t be sure). Since Chief Inspector Alan Mayhew was still working in Exeter, his superior ordered him to re-open the case. The new “evidence” was iffy to say the least – practically unbelievable actually. “Why didn’t you say anything, Simon, when I first interviewed you?” Alan asks when the two men are sitting facing each other in Alan’s office.

CH 2/Scene 2 – “I don’t rightly know why, Inspector. But when I thought about it, there was no way I would have left my room to come downstairs at that time of the night if I hadn’t heard something.” Alan nods. “Were you asleep when you heard the shouting?” Simon shakes his head. “No, sir. I was playing games on my computer. And that’s why I’m saying you couldn’t have dragged me away from playing with a champion if I hadn’t heard anything.”

CH 2/Scene 3 – “And you were scared that your mom found out that you were awake playing silly games on your computer – is that it?” Alan asks. “Something like that, yes, Inspector.” The latter remains silent for a moment. “I’m sorry, son, but I have to ask you this: Was your father still alive when you got downstairs?” Simon shakes his head emphatically. “No, sir. He was dead. I’m sure of it.” The next question was another hard one to ask. “Tell me, Simon, were you the one who called your mother to come downstairs?” Simon looks down to his lap. “Yes. I remember yelling to her from the bottom of the stairs.”

CH 2/Scene 4 – And so, here he is – on this cold and dreary autumn day, Chief Inspector Alan Mayhew – trying to make sense of it all. He rings the doorbell and waits. The young woman who answers the door is quite attractive. She braided her hair in a heavy tress resting against the nape of her neck. Her blue eyes are striking. “I’m sorry, Miss, but I have an appointment with Vicar Ramses, he is expecting me I believe,” he tells the lovely housekeeper, handing her his card.

Chapter Three

CH 3/Scene 1 – “Well, well, Chief Inspector, come in, come in,” Vicar Ramses invites, extending an arm toward the parlor room to the right. “It’s okay, Denise,” he adds, turning to the housekeeper. “I’ll take it from here.” Bowing slightly, the young lady retreats down the corridor past the stairs and disappears in the kitchen. The chief inspector is a bit taken aback when he sees the well-appointed décor of the old room. It’s fresh and new. Nothing of the “old-English” style has remained. He sits down on the sofa, across from the vicar.

CH 3/Scene 2 – “Well, do tell me, Inspector; what brings you here?” Vicar Ramses asks, knowing full well why Alan is here. “As I told you on the phone, sir,” the inspector replies, “I’ve been ordered to re-open the case of Vicar Scott’s murder. And I thought perhaps you could give me some background to the man’s personality since you two went to seminar together apparently.”

CH 3/Scene 3 – “Yes, we did, Inspector. We were best of friends actually. We went out often and “played the scenes” as it were for all the years we spent at college. Roger was a brilliant student. He knew his religious texts and he could translate anything from any ancient language at the drop of a hat. He had an enviable gift. Yet, his penchant for beautiful women was perhaps his downfall. Himself being a handsome fellow, the ladies fell at his feet, so to speak. He wanted it all. But, perhaps his most interesting trait of character was his daring attitude.” Alan frowned. “Yes, yes. I know it may sound unbelievable, but the man wanted to challenge tradition every way he could. And that is, in my opinion, why he married Catherine. She is black and beautiful. She is not the portrait of a vicar’s wife, although she is a devout Christian as I understand it.”

CH 3/Scene 4 – When Chief Inspector Mayhew returns to the precinct, he knows he had omitted to do something when he had first investigated the case ten years ago. He had omitted to interview Alice Randall’s boyfriend as thoroughly as he should have done. The lady had been another gorgeous woman in the vicar’s life. Had there been something going on between Alice and the vicar at the time? Thus, Alan decides to find out where Alice resides and pay her a visit.

Part Two - Main Action

Chapter Four

CH 4/Scene 1 – However, Alice has moved away from Exeter. She now lives in Concord, New Hampshire. She is happily married apparently and has two children. Her husband, David Lyndall is the man Alice dated at the time she was employed at the Exeter vicarage. When Alice opens the door to the inspector, she is obviously surprised to see him standing on the front stoop. “Well, my goodness…. Inspector Mayhew. That is a surprise.” Alice pauses, looking at the man up and down as if she couldn’t bring herself to believe that Alan was standing on her doorsteps. “But…. Do come in, come in. Please.”

CH 4/Scene 2 – Although Alice is obviously surprised to see the chief inspector, she doesn’t appear to be overly bothered by his visit. “What brings you to Concord, Inspector?” Alice asks as the two of them sit down in the well-furnished living room. “It has to do with Vicar Scott’s murder, Mrs. Lyndall….” Alice waves a hand in front of her face. “I supposed it would, Inspector, but what can I tell you today – ten years after the vicar’s death – that I didn’t say at the time?”

CH 4/ Scene 3 – “Actually, Mrs. Lyndall, I came here hoping to interview your husband – he was your boyfriend at the time, wasn’t he?” Alice appears to be taken aback. She had not expected this. “Yes, he was. And we got married a year after the vicar’s passing. I was quite shocked when I learned how he had been killed. You see, it wasn’t like him to be downstairs at that time of night. He would bring his glass of cognac up to his den when he had to work on church business, and then go to sleep in his rooms.”

CH 4/ Scene 4 – The chief inspector recalls the description very clearly. Vicar Scott did not sleep in the same room as his wife. He had claimed to be a light sleeper and a snorer. So, by respect for Catherine, he would sleep in the adjacent room to hers. It had been another reason for her not to be awake when her husband had gone downstairs to meet his killer.

CH 4/ Scene 5 – When David Lyndall comes home, he too is surprised to find the chief inspector sitting in his living room, having coffee with his wife. “Chief Inspector! My, my…. What brings you all the way to Concord on this dreary day?” David Lyndall is a handsome fellow and one who seems to be very observant – he called Alan by his correct title: “Chief Inspector”. Alan gets up and shakes hands with David. “I’m sorry to intrude, Mr. Lyndall, but I’m here regarding Vicar Scott’s murder….”

Chapter Five

CH 5/ Scene 1 – “Truly?” David looks astonished (or worried perhaps?). “I thought the case was long closed by now.” Alan shakes his head. “Not exactly, sir. You see, I omitted to ask a few questions from several witnesses and persons of interest in the case. But now that Simon Scott has come up with a varied and updated account of what he recalls of the incident, I’ve been ordered to re-open the case.” David bows his head and sits down in the chair beside his wife. He lifts his gaze to the inspector to say, “I’m sorry, Chief Inspector, but Alice and I have nothing more to add to what we told you initially. Neither of us was anywhere near the vicarage when the murder happened.”

CH 5/ Scene 2 – When Chief Inspector Mayhew returns to the precinct, he is now convinced that David Lyndall isn’t telling the “whole” truth about what he knows of the vicar’s murder. He decides to ask Catherine Scott and her son Julian to come to the precinct under the pretext that he has uncovered some new evidence in the case. They both arrive in the middle of the afternoon. They’re ushered in the precinct’s conference room. Soon, the chief inspector joins them. “I’m sorry to intrude on your day,” he tells them, “but I’ve been interviewing Alice and her now husband…” Catherine interrupts: “You mean you’ve located the little minx?”

CH 5/ Scene 3 – “Why do you say that, Mrs. Scott? I thought she was a trusted employee of yours?” Catherine glares before she says, “At first Roger and I were very pleased with her work. She attended to all of her church cleaning duties fairly well. But then she tried to get her claws into my husband. And I always suspected she had been successful.” The inspector nods. “I understand, Mrs. Scott. It’s not very pleasant to have a housekeeper trying to make advances to one’s husband….” It’s Julian’s turn to interrupt. “And she succeeded too.” Alan turns to Julian. “What do you mean, sir?”

CH 5/ Scene 4 – “Simply this, Chief Inspector, I heard Alice telling her boyfriend that she wanted my father to take care of the baby.” Catherine is now returning her attention to her son. Apparently it’s the first time she has heard the comment. “Are you telling us that your dad had had an affair with Alice and that she was pregnant with his child?” Mrs. Scott looks astounded. “I don’t believe it! Your father loved me…. You hear me! Your father wouldn’t betray me with that little slut.”

Part Three - Resolution

 

Chapter Six

 

CH 6/ Scene 1 – When the chief inspector holds the door open for Catherine and Julian – they’re free to go for now – he feels that he will see one of them back at the precinct in the not so distant future. “Thank you for coming in, Mrs. Scott, Julian. I’ll be in touch as soon as we’re ready to make an arrest.” That statement stops both mother and son in their tracks. “May we ask you who you suspect at this point?” Julian asks. Alan shakes his head. “No, Julian. I am not ready to divulge that information at this point.”

 

CH 6/Scene 2 – “In the hours that followed, uniformed officers are dispatched to Alice Lyndall’s home – with a warrant – to obtain a DNA sample from Alice, David and their two children. The chief inspector suspects that one of the children is the vicar’s child. Moreover, he also suspects that David Lyndall wasn’t too happy with his girlfriend’s boss. However, he couldn’t be sure the young man had killed the vicar. To him, David was a man who would forgive trespasses rather than take vengeance on the perpetrator.

 

CH 6/Scene 3 – At the top of the suspects’ list there are two names: Julian Scott and Alice Lyndall. Julian had always been the jealous type. When Simon was born and his mother doted on him, Julian started to resent his brother’s very presence. He would break the young boy’s toys and would torment him at every opportunity. Therefore, the questions are now: Did he resent the fact that Alice was going to give birth to another addition to the family; did he blame his father for conceiving yet another spoilt brat? As for Alice, being pregnant with the child of a vicar would be embarrassing at best and considered degrading at worst. She could have taken a knife from the kitchen that night and stabbed her employer in ten seconds flat. Her alibi wasn’t that solid.

 

CH 6/Scene 4 – It takes the chief inspector another few days to assemble all the facts of this case before he asks Catherine, Julian, Simon, and Alice and David to join him at the vicarage – with the permission of Vicar Ramses – to discuss the results of his recent investigation. The five people are seated in the living room of Vicar Ramses’ residence – the very same residence which Vicar Scott and his family occupied ten years ago.

 

CH 6/Scene 5 – Once seated, the chief inspector goes over the details of the investigation and ultimately comes to the conclusion to his little spiel, saying, “You are all guilty of concealing facts. Simon; you never told us that you heard someone scream before you came downstairs. Julian; you never told me about the conversation you overheard between Alice and David; Alice; you never told anyone that you were pregnant with the vicar’s child. Catherine; you never led on that you knew of your husband’s affair with Alice. And lastly, David; you never told anyone that your eldest son is actually Vicar Scott’s child.