The Favorite Mysteries issue is chock full of fantastic paper dolls representing literature, TV, movies and even the board game, Clue. Our featured artist, Bev Micucci created a charming Myrna Loy paper doll representing Nora Charles from the classic Thin Man classic movie series. Marilyn Henry provides stellar paper dolls of Gene Tierney in Laura and the film noir duo Alan Ladd and Veronica Lake. Ted Menten gives us a wonderful paper doll of Angela Lansbury as Jessica Fletcher in Murder She Wrote and David Wolfe created a lovely Eva Marie Saint paper doll to go along with his article on "Hitchcock Blondes." And... they're all full page, full color paper dolls! Many more movie and TV mystery paper dolls are on display including Rebecca, To Catch a Thief, Double Indemnity, Miss Fisher's Murder Mysteries, The X Files, The Munsters and even Velma and Daphne from Scooby Doo!
Many subjects from literature are represented as paper dolls including Sherlock Holmes, G. August Dupin, Nancy Drew, Miss Marple and Hercule Poirot. And several authors have been turned into paper dolls such as Agatha Christie, Daphne Du Maurier, Mary Roberts Rinehart and Dorothy Sayers. Evie Fullingim provides a very interesting article about the real-life mystery of Agatha Christie herself. Plus, Sharry O'Hare's great big report of the 2015 Chattanooga paper doll convention