Whodunit in a sentence as a noun

But with a drip of whodunit the thread made the product seem quite mysterious.

The list of people who would have wanted Epstein dead is so long it's hard to even speculate on whodunit.

I tend towards silver age sci-fi and fantasy, but I also dig a good whodunit.

Its cheesy, but its what works.----------I have successfully run a "whodunit" scenario.

But thats about it. I can only imagine trying this and then next morning, the boss pulling in everybody in a meeting just to ask "whodunit".

There are many hooks in the story and the "whodunit" or in this case 'whatdunit' is a hook that keeps a lot of readers through the story.

Nobody is asking lawyers to run a trial on a whiteboard or solve a whodunit mystery in 2 hours.

Each volume was essentially a set of whodunits - or rather, howdunits - regarding some network compromise situation, with the solutions at the end of the book.

However, one of them seemed kind of spoilerish, because it was recommended as "less double crosses"-- most of the time with a whodunit, part of the story is wondering who's going to get double crossed.

If that is the case and you are willing to brave another potential spoiler... this movie is setup in a way this iPhone spoiler is a much smaller reveal than it would be in most other whodunits.

People can generally do a bit of research on a bank before they join one, if a bank really sucks you can switch, and if a bank seriously defrauds you then you know whodunit and can pursue legal recourse.

Quoting from Wikipedia:> Almost every episode begins by showing the commission of the crime and its perpetrator; the series therefore has no "whodunit" element.

Fascinating whodunit regarding thieves who would go into rare book collections and quietly use a razor blade to carefullytear out an ancient map inside some hundreds-of-years-old book, and often then sell it for huge sums.

Whodunit definitions


a story about a crime (usually murder) presented as a novel or play or movie

See also: mystery