POP QUIZ: INSPIRED BY (answers)

Todd McG is crowned King Of TV (as well as Medieval Times) for scoring a mighty 10/10 on this boob-tube quiz. Well done, Your Majesty.

1) Kathy Reichs, a forensic anthropologist, published her first ‘Temperance Brennan’ novel, “Déjà Dead” in 1997.
2) A 1977 epic fantasy which drew heavily on Tolkien for inspiration, “Sword of (blank)” spawned multiple sequels, including “Elfstones of (blank)” and “Wishsong of (blank)”.
3) Jeff Lindsay is the author of eight novels so far featuring as their unusual hero a serial killer who kills other killers.
4) As books, these Charlaine Harris stories are collectively called “The Southern Vampire Mysteries”.
5) Prolific thriller writer Robert Littell was a US Navy man and a journalist during the cold war, which may have inspired a book subtitled ‘A Novel of Dissimulation’, about undercover agents and the complicated false biographies they maintain.
6) “Dragonfly In Amber” is the second novel in this series which includes time-travel, clan warfare and infidelity.
7) Chuck Hogan is one of the co-authors of this trilogy of novels in which vampirism spreads like a virus. His writing partner is a respected horror/fantasy director.
8) “Pronto” by Elmore Leonard was the first novel to feature a certain Stetson-sporting US Marshall, who also appeared in “Riding The Rap”, the short story “Fire In The Hole” and eventually a novel simply named after him, “Raylan”.
9) Teen-lit author Sara Shepard has sixteen books to date in this series, about teenage girls Spencer, Hanna, Aria and Emily who are presumably attractive, small and dishonest.
10) John Wilson Murray, Ontario’s first full-time criminal detective, served as the inspiration for these novels by Maureen Jennings, featuring a Toronto detective with a keen interest in science.

1) BONES
2) THE SHANNARA CHRONICLES
3) DEXTER
4) TRUE BLOOD
5) LEGENDS
6) OUTLANDER
7) THE STRAIN
8) JUSTIFIED
9) PRETTY LITTLE LIARS
10) MURDOCH MYSTERIES

Lots of folks missed “Justified”. You should all watch “Justified”, it’s a fantastic show.

Thanks,
QM Bill

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