Gifts for mystery writers and readers

Sometimes you just come across something that makes you think of mystery writers. If any of your friends are challenged in what you might like, maybe you can pass these ideas along.

Gun-shaped ice cube tray

Gun-shaped ice cube tray

Gun-shaped cookie cutter

Gun-shaped cookie cutter

Gun Egg Fryer

Gun Egg Fryer
Great reference from Lee Lofland on Police Procedure and Investigation

Great reference from Lee Lofland on Police Procedure and Investigation

Gun Mug

Gun Mug

Handcuffs and Badge candy molds

Handcuffs and Badge candy molds

Of course, if you’re like me, you always appreciate memberships to mystery-related associations and conferences. And one can never go wrong with a bookstore gift card for a mystery reader or mystery fan!

What do you think? Would you like any of these as gifts? Have you come across other unique ideas? (It’s scary, but Christmas is only 3 months away already!)

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About Lisa Haselton

Lisa Haselton has had several short mystery stories published and has a couple of novels in various stages of completion. She always enjoys learning new tidbits about other writers, and takes great pride as an editor when working with writers on polishing their manuscripts. She's living a life around her passions for writing, photography, volunteering, and anything related to New England, particularly New Hampshire.
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7 Responses to Gifts for mystery writers and readers

  1. Nancy Gardner says:

    Wonderful stuff, Lisa! Thanks!!!

  2. These are hilarious! I wouldn’t buy any but they are funny. But where’s the candy police crime tape or the gummy fingerprinting kits?

    • Glad I gave you a chuckle. 🙂 Gummy-anythings sound great, something has to exist. And October is probably a good month to discover new things, with all the costume paraphernalia and all. Now I have to go look for crime-related candy gifts, hee hee

  3. dlattanzi says:

    Reblogged this on Living Ethnography and commented:
    For the mystery writer who has everything.

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