You go to confront them but they have an alibi proving they weren't their, because the doppelganger was the one actually at the guard house. I'm afraid that may make things a little too complicated for them but definitely something to put on the back burner. Get a Clue do board, come up with a murder mystery scenario, then have your players find evidence hidden throughout the mansion. Lol while that would make things easy. If I wanted to play clue with my friends we would just play clue haha. But taking some ideas from clue may not be a bad choice. Ill look into it.
It's 5e, but could be easily adapted to another edition if need be! You can get it off the DM's Guild:.
Wow wow wow, this is really great. We play 5e so it's really good. And even if I don't just use it straight up, it's exactly what I as looking for. The Assassins Knot from 1st Edition is pretty good. I just finished running it for my 5E group and I didn't really have to change all that much.
You can find a PDF online pretty easily. I might give that one a try because it's basically exactly what I wanted. I just wasn't sure how well it would transition to 5e. Ill sit down and scour through it though. Cake Day.
Looks like you're using new Reddit on an old browser. Looking for WhoDunit type adventure or ideas. Thank you for your time! Continue this thread. Thanks for your idea! Thanks for your reply! Thank you for your reply! Thank you for your recommendation! Or does she just look like the woman who could be a murderer? This is one of the mysteries Jack has to solve. Meanwhile, there is a contract on his life because of a book he is writing.
We follow Jack as he tries to survive and also tries to find out who his new love interest actually is. As a further twist, he meets another woman who falls head over heels in love with him. Which woman will he choose? Another part of the storyline is the investigation into a spate of recent murders in Canterbury.
The serial killer has been dubbed The Bible Killer. Could this serial killer be a bit closer to home than Jack first thinks? Geoffrey West's writing is addictive and I'm very happy to have discovered such a talented author. I'm looking forward to book 3. If you like traditional crime fiction you'll love this book. Jun 20, Wayne Marinovich rated it it was amazing. A wonderful crime novel. I must state that I am not a big reader of crime fiction but I thoroughly enjoyed this good-paced novel. The characters evolve nicely as you read and the story flows. A book I can recommend.
Sep 04, Sharon Kennedy rated it really liked it. This was an excellent read, with believable, fallible characters, who make mistakes, who take risks, and who discover that the person they love is not who they think they are. Well written, and a good tale about what does happen to those people who are given a new identity. View 1 comment. Apr 02, Georgia Rose rated it it was amazing. Lockwood is a very likeable, attractive though modest character who writes books on themes disliked by police and criminals alike as well as also being a criminal profiler and therefore finding himself working alongside and against the same.
Lockwood goes to the hospital to visit the woman he hits and its there that he fatefully meets Lucy Green. A thrilling ride! He is also an author of true crime novels. Doppelganger is book two of the Jack Lockwood Mystery series. Doppelganger starts with bang, literally, when a woman runs out of the A thrilling ride! Doppelganger starts with bang, literally, when a woman runs out of the woods and directly into the path of Jack's moving vehicle. Unable to stop in time, the impact throws her over the hood of his car.
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From there, the book takes off like a bullet when Jack finds himself being stalked by contract killers, hired by a crime boss who wants Jack to stop publication of his latest true crime novel, Hero or Villain? Then Jack falls in love, but could the woman he finally gives his heart to, be a killer? As, with Rock N' Roll Suicide, Doppelganger pacts a lot of action between pages and with each page West ratchets up the tension, tighter and tighter.
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There are lots of twists and turns, which is a signature of this author and more red herrings than in a well-stocked pond. All of which will keep you guessing until the very end. I can assure you that if you enjoy mystery, murder and romance with high-octane action— Doppelganger is the book to read!
Apr 27, E. Lindley rated it it was amazing.
Doppelganger by Geoffrey West is the second novel in the Jack Lockwood series but it can also be enjoyed as a standalone read. From the very first page, West grabs the reader and takes us on a compelling journey of mysterious twists and turns before giving us a rather satisfying albeit not predictable ending.
The novel sees Jack Lockwood, Behavioural Investigative Advisor and successful true crime author, mired in a world of serial killers and vicious gangsters.
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The story, whilst being a fun, ex Doppelganger by Geoffrey West is the second novel in the Jack Lockwood series but it can also be enjoyed as a standalone read. The story, whilst being a fun, exciting yarn, also raises important, philosophical questions such, as are people capable of change and are some crimes so heinous they should never be forgiven? The plot is both clever and intriguing and the reader is never sure which direction events might take next. For me though, the heart of the story is Jack Lockwood in whom West has created a believable, flawed and thoroughly engaging character.
He is a lovable mix of unyielding toughness and naive gentleness. Jack wants nothing more than to settle down with the girl of his dreams and sees every woman as his potential life partner. There is lots of ironic humour when we see the other characters far more realistically than Jack does and we have to wait for him to catch up.planimelse.tk
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Despite his fatal flaw of an overly optimistic belief in people, especially women, Jack has a shrewd awareness of human behaviour. My favourite thing about Jack is when he acknowledges the failings of the human race but likes us anyway. Aug 17, Jan Ryder rated it really liked it.
World-weary Jack Lockwood is an occasional psychological profiler for the UK police force. He's also a True Crime non-fiction author with a successful series of books behind him. Meanwhile, Jack is trying to complete an unauthorised biography of a gangste World-weary Jack Lockwood is an occasional psychological profiler for the UK police force. Meanwhile, Jack is trying to complete an unauthorised biography of a gangster who does not want the book published.
He's put out a contract on Jack's life. But why is this hoodlum so angry? In Jack's view there's nothing controversial in his book. Is he missing something important? Then he inadvertently saves the life of one of the Bible Killer's victims.
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