whodunnit or whodunit (huːˈdʌnɪt
- (informal) a novel, play, etc, concerned with a crime, usually murder
Example Sentences Including 'whodunnit'
) Airline Even Arthur Conan Doyle couldn't have penned a more gripping corporate whodunnit.
Business Today (2002)
Back in 1992, Maitland tried to flog his first attempt at a well-wrought mystery with a basic whodunnit element to an Australian publisher.
There is no mystery about ` whodunnit " here, the criminal is found in the first fifty pages.
The Good, the Bad and the Gorgeous
They do their research in detail so that the book becomes more than a whodunnit.
Glasgow Herald (2002)
You won't guess whodunnit , and you'll enjoy the usual English froth.
Globe and Mail (2003)
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