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susie

30th December 2012, 14:41
all answers are detectives
33 writing like a poet curtailed (7)
49 called royalty-but lost both halves of a horse (6)
thanks
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gok wan acolytes

30th December 2012, 15:29
The second one looks like Rankin - ran(g)kin(g) - but that's the writer rather than the detective.
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doreen

30th December 2012, 19:28
Sorry cant help with 33.Do you know 52 Tear a letter for her (7)between Re and Ro
also63 an alternative to 52(4) Thanks
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gok wan acolytes

30th December 2012, 19:31
Are the answers in alphabetical order? We weren't given that information.
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gok wan acolytes

30th December 2012, 19:32
Tears letter - Rend Ell

So the answers are authors of detective fiction - not detectives?
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doreen

30th December 2012, 19:33
well mine are. Sorted out my answer btw it isnt a detective its a writer of detective fiction
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gok wan acolytes

30th December 2012, 19:36
So, whats the answer/question to 52, and where in the alphabet is 63 placed?
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chiff

30th December 2012, 19:36
a poet curtailed - A. Poe Allan Poe surely not!
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doreen

30th December 2012, 19:50
each answer consists of one word,the name,whether surname or first name,of either the author of or a character in book,tv series or film of the crime or similar genre
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gok wan acolytes

30th December 2012, 19:53
You've asked

63 an alternative to 52(4)

So I wondered what the clue /answer was for 52 - and since the answers are in alphabetical order, you should be able to tell us where about in the alphabet the answer for 63 should be.

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