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''THE MYSTERY OF MONTEZUMAíS TREASURE'' by marnie mitchell-lister  PAGES - 5  LOGLINE - An archaeologist discovers that his old high school history teacher spent ten years on a treasure hunt based on a paper he had written over twenty five years ago. GENRE - Mystery SUBJECT - A hostel YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place  (added 12/31/08)
 

''Sleepless in Amsterdam'' by Laura Birek  PAGES - 5  LOGLINE - A rogue snorer is loose in an Amsterdam hostel, and an American tourist takes it upon herself to find the culprit and finally get a good night's sleep. GENRE - Mystery SUBJECT - A hostel YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriting Championships: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place  (added 12/31/08)

''Who Killed the Milk'' by Shannon Paterson  PAGES - 13  LOGLINE - A carton of milk is found murdered, and it's up to Carrot and the rest of the groceries to follow the clues and solve the mystery. GENRE - Mystery SUBJECT - A Refrigerator YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''RUNG'' by Kirk White  PAGES - 15 LOGLINE - 15 years after the case that made their careers, three unlikely investigators--a Southern Tyrant lawman, a frisky medical examiner, and a pill popping GBI agent--reunite to solve the murder of a teenager. GENRE - Mystery SUBJECT - A Ladder YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''Old Cold Memory'' by Mark Sevi  PAGES - 15 LOGLINE - A cocky, young detective is given an aged partner and an impossible murder case and discovers more about both than he could have imagined. GENRE - Mystery SUBJECT - A Refrigerator YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place

 

''Glass'' by Eric Borden  PAGES - 12 LOGLINE - A new Orleans private detective haunted by visions of his own lost daughter is charged with finding the child of a politician. GENRE - Mystery SUBJECT - A Ladder YEAR - 2008 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

''Vixen'' by Martin Lancaster  PAGES - 10 LOGLINE - When a farmer finds his livestock slaughtered, he sets out to hunt down the culprit, but encounters a predator far more deadly and cunning than a fox. GENRE - Mystery SUBJECT - Farming YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''The Estonian'' by Adam Brown  PAGES - 15 LOGLINE - Stanley Hoover is thrown into the underworld of suburbia as he is mistaken for The Estonian. Unfortunately he's only twelve. GENRE - Mystery SUBJECT - Mistaken Identity YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''Dulahan'' by David Borcherding  PAGES - 15 LOGLINE - Who is the strange boy from the cornfield ... and who is trying to kill him? GENRE - Mystery SUBJECT - Farming YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

''The Envelope Please'' by Jason Fox  PAGES - 14 LOGLINE - A Kafkaesque identity crisis teaches Dan Webber to be careful what he asks for -- you never know who might be listening. GENRE - Mystery SUBJECT - Mistaken Identity YEAR - 2007 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

''Lick Me Deadly'' by James Harris  PAGES - 13 LOGLINE - Paul must escape from his own funeral, and seek and destroy the ice-cold killer that has conspired to bury him alive. GENRE - Mystery SUBJECT - A Funeral YEAR - 2006 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''What the Vicar Saw...'' by Isabelle Brizec   PAGES - 13 LOGLINE - LOGLINE: An innocent children's story book turns out to be a raunchy novel. But how did it end up in the public Library of a respectable English country town?! GENRE - Mystery SUBJECT - Plagiarism YEAR - 2006 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''Adopted'' by Christos Kouros  PAGES - 14 LOGLINE - After a long absence, a young woman, Sonia, decides to visit her fatherís grave, where she will be surprised finding that someone else, Lazarus, pretending to be her brother, visits her fatherís grave very often. After the interventions of her fatherís la GENRE - Mystery SUBJECT - Plagiarism YEAR - 2006 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

''Indigestion'' by Aaron Williams  PAGES - 20 LOGLINE - A boy attempts to find out who belongs to the severed finger he finds in the stomach of his dead dog. GENRE - Mystery SUBJECT - A Funeral YEAR - 2006 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

''Stray Babies'' by Joe Rye  PAGES - LOGLINE - This week a lonely orphanage matron finds a possible suitor in the ice-cream maker across the street. She also finds a mysterious baby on her door step every night. GENRE - Mystery SUBJECT - Ice YEAR - 2005 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 1st Place
 

''The Big Thaw'' by Michael Compton  PAGES - LOGLINE - On a remote, arctic island known by the Inuit as "The Land that Never Thaws," an old man with a long-buried secret finds global warming poses a very personal threat. GENRE - Mystery SUBJECT - Ice YEAR - 2005 COMPETITION - Screenwriter's Challenge: 1st Round RANK - 2nd Place
 

 

 

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