Will writing: a case of whodunnit or haven’t done it yet?

Source: Financial Times Date: 7th January 2021 I love a good whodunnit. My plan to get through winter lockdown involves a fat pile of murder mystery novels and shrewdly deducing the best films and box sets from this genre to stream online. It struck me that there is a link between my twin obsessions of detective fiction and personal finance. A scuffle over a will is one of the most useful plot devices for the writers of detective fiction — and the bigger the inheritance, the better. View full article on Financial Times

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