It is an ages-old popular genre of
tales dealing with the unknown; it may be a narrative of horror and terror, a
pseudoscientific fantasy, a crime-solving story, an account of diplomatic
intrigue, an affair of codes and symbols and secret societies, or any situation
involving a puzzle.
By and large, mystery stories may be divided into two sorts: tales of the
supernatural and riddle stories.
Mystery is a form of writing involving an event in which the details remain so
secret or obscure as to excite curiosity.
For example, any of Agatha Christie's books or
any of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes books.
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