Posts Tagged with: Robin
7. the questioning of Carlos
“You’re the man his friends call the Marx Brother?”
“Yes. Actually, I’m his great-great grandson.”
“And where’s your beard?
“It gets in the way of cooking, so I shaved it off. I shaved all over, too, by the way. …
6. Sherlock’s Plan – The Bitch Of the Baskervilles
Sherlock combined razor-sharp. He had to get rid of Mr. Slickboot, when he realized that he had a relationship with his wife and daughter, he didn’t have to expect any mercy. So …Read Full Article
The case grows more complicated…Read Full Article
“Good afternoon, Lord Sommer. Scotland Yard. May I come in?”
“I’m not his Lordship, just the butler.”
“May I come in anyway?”
Sherlock was shown into the lobby. Lord Summer walked up to Sherlock, radiant and with irresistible charm. He was wearing …Read Full Article
“Hello, everyone.” Sherlock entered the open-plan office.
His ambitious colleague, Mr Slickboot, looked at him with the chill of death. Sherlock combined razor-sharp. Had Mr Slickboot smelled a rat? Was he aware of his relationship with his wife and daughter?
“Oh, yes… Harder… Faster… Deeper… Firmer…”
The 16-year-old gasped.
“Don’t talk so much. And you, Sherlock, get my daughter a bit more from the hip.”
Mrs Slickboot turned back to her daughter:
“Lucy, wriggle a little more! I’m going to show you …Read Full Article
Here comes Chapter 1 of Robin’s psychological thriller!
1. Sir Baskerville Disappears – The Bitch of the Baskervilles
“AAAAAA!! I… don’t…want… to… die…”
Her screams echoed through the locked door and down the corridors of the Villa Baskerville. There was a mad laughter …Read Full Article
Robin lets us know his latest ideas.
How is it going with your psychological thriller?
“I will write two different versions of The Bitch of the Baskervilles – one without age restriction and one “18+”. Sex sells, you know.”
Are you going to …Read Full Article
A muse kissed Robin and inspired him to the following idea:
The Bitch of the Baskervilles
A Psychological Thriller by Robin B. Czar
Sir Baskerville disappears on a morning run.
The Suspects and Their Motivation:
· Lady Baskerville, the Wife.
Nobody has ever …Read Full Article
Robin saw the film Christine by John Carpenter about a demonic car and its romantic relationship with its owner, and had quite a good time.
“Those days horror movies were much tamer than they are now.” Robin says.
“I also was back …Read Full Article