Missing the words of Lemony Snicket?
Stock your library with File Under: 13 Suspicious Incidents, a new volume of thirteen mini-mysteries where you, the reader, can crack cases alongside Snicket in a world of deep mystery, mysterious depth, deductive reasoning, and reasonable deduction.
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Missing the words of Lemony Snicket?

Stock your library with File Under: 13 Suspicious Incidents, a new volume of thirteen mini-mysteries where you, the reader, can crack cases alongside Snicket in a world of deep mystery, mysterious depth, deductive reasoning, and reasonable deduction.

The material contained in this book is secret and important, meant only for members of our organization. If you are not a member of our organization, please keep scrolling, as this book is neither secret nor important and therefore will not interest you.

Preview the book here.

Purchase at your own risk: Amazon | B&N | Indiebound

Dear Onlooker,
Please find in this new book entitled File Under: 13 Suspicious Incidents, thirteen cases investigated by Lemony Snicket during his apprenticeship in the town of Stain’d-By-The-Sea. 
As a young Lemony Snicket inquires into local kidnappings, supernatural occurrences, violent vandalism, and food theft, you, the reader, can match wits with the author to solve the thirteen mini-mysteries.
For security reasons, the information contained in this book is restricted to those who can read.  If you cannot read, please stop reading this post.
Crack the first case here.
Purchase at your own risk: Amazon | B&N | Indiebound

Dear Onlooker,

Please find in this new book entitled File Under: 13 Suspicious Incidents, thirteen cases investigated by Lemony Snicket during his apprenticeship in the town of Stain’d-By-The-Sea. 

As a young Lemony Snicket inquires into local kidnappings, supernatural occurrences, violent vandalism, and food theft, you, the reader, can match wits with the author to solve the thirteen mini-mysteries.

For security reasons, the information contained in this book is restricted to those who can read.  If you cannot read, please stop reading this post.

Crack the first case here.

Purchase at your own risk: Amazon | B&N | Indiebound

Why is all the ink vanishing?

Why is all the ink vanishing?

(Source: lemonysnicketlibrary.com)

“No reality has the power to dispel a dream.”
–Lemony Snicket, "When Did You See Her Last?"

“No reality has the power to dispel a dream.”

–Lemony Snicket, "When Did You See Her Last?"

What do you want, a trophy?

What do you want, a trophy?

Are you sure you want to go in there?

Are you sure you want to go in there?

Before you consider reading Lemony Snicket’s new book series All the Wrong Questions ask yourself:
1. Are you curious to know if the nurse in this gif is good with a knife?
2. Do you want to know more about a stolen statue and a missing girl?
3. Do you really think that’s any of your business? Why? What kind of person are you? Are you sure?
4. Why are you changing the subject? You’re supposed to be considering reading Lemony Snicket’s All the Wrong Questions. Are the first two volumes available wherever books are sold?
For answers, follow this page.

Before you consider reading Lemony Snicket’s new book series All the Wrong Questions ask yourself:

1. Are you curious to know if the nurse in this gif is good with a knife?

2. Do you want to know more about a stolen statue and a missing girl?

3. Do you really think that’s any of your business? Why? What kind of person are you? Are you sure?

4. Why are you changing the subject? You’re supposed to be considering reading Lemony Snicket’s All the Wrong Questions. Are the first two volumes available wherever books are sold?

For answers, follow this page.

"He’s a terrible man. He’s despicable. He’s loathsome, a word which here means terrible and despicable."
–page 218, ATWQ

"He’s a terrible man. He’s despicable. He’s loathsome, a word which here means terrible and despicable."

–page 218, ATWQ

What’s the weather like up there?
#ATWQ2

What’s the weather like up there?

#ATWQ2

What secret does the tower hold?

What secret does the tower hold?

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