Published: Nov 2013
One crowdsourced storyline, three finely crafted stories by Penguin authors Nicci French, Tim Weaver and Alastair Gunn.
What crime has been committed? Who is the victim? And who will solve the case?
Three very different murders and three unique takes on your travel photographer turned reluctant sleuth, Lucinda Berrington. Deep in the suffocating British countryside, the gangland streets of Cape Town or the glossy world of professional cycling, Twitter followers are meeting an unsavoury demise.
Maybe next time you log in you’ll wonder…
Are you following them, or are they following you?
This ebook is brought to you free of charge by Penguin, in association with Specsavers.
Write a short crime story, using plot details crowd-sourced on Twitter. This was the challenge we put to three Penguin authors – Nicci French, Time Weaver and Alastair Gunn. How different would the stories be? And how would the authors cope, with so much of the detail out of their hands?
‘Three delicious entrées by three successful writers of their chosen genre.’ – Crimesquad
Follow the links to download three short stories by Nicci French, Tim Weaver, and me, based on the same crowd sourced framework. Choose your favourite, (but don’t tell me if it’s not mine,… obviously!).
Click here for the Kindle edition (which also works on desktops & laptops)
If you don’t have a Kindle, click here to find out how to read it on any device or e-reader
Click here for mobile devices
Or click here to read the book on the brilliant Issuu ebook widget (beautifully animated pages – just like a real book!)
Finally, you can read the iBook on iPads and iPhones! Just open the iBooks app and search for ‘Youdunnit’ to download for free.