Friday, September 24, 2010

Personality Quiz: What Kind of Sleuth Would You Be?


Hello, All,
Just in case you've ever wondered whether you should try your hand at sleuthing, here's a little quiz I've created to help you figure out which famous sleuth you'd be like ;-). Enjoy...




Quizzes by Quibblo.com

26 comments:

  1. What a brilliant quiz: I come out as Inspector Morse.

    I even had a liquid lunch today (haha, you can´t see that it was just soup).

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  2. Dorte - Why, thank you very much :-). I have to say that I had fun creating it. And somehow, I suspected that your liquid lunch was not the same kind that Morse has....

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  3. Miss Marple! WhooHoo! Made my day.

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  4. Mary - Oh, I'm glad you got the result you hoped you would get :-). Isn't that a great feeling?

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  5. Oh well that's just dandy. I came out as Harry Bosch whom (I am ashamed to admit) I have never read about. So now I have to go and add a Michael Connelly book to my wishlist...it's a conspiracy I say ;)

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  6. Bernadette - *Evil laugh and rubbing hands together* Are you just now tumbling to that? You would think a crime fiction fan would be quicker to notice a conspiracy... ;-) ;-)


    Mason - Oh, I'm glad you enjoyed it. I thought I would come out as Morse, myself, but I didn't. Funny how that happens...

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  7. Hey Margot!

    Thanks very much for sharing this quiz, now I know who I would most probably be if ever I've been made into a mystery novel character:

    Hercule Poirot!

    Cheers!

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  8. Scribesexpress - Ah, so you turned out most like Hercule Poirot? He happens to be one of my favourite fictional detectives :-). Glad you enjoyed!

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  9. I'm Precious Ramotswe - must be that weakness for cake

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  10. Kerrie - LOL! I think a lot of us have a soft spot for cake....

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  11. Stephanie Plum: You're impulsive, and that often gets you into trouble. You're not afraid to tell people exactly what you think, and that, too, gets you into trouble. Accidents and predicaments tend to follow you around, but you weather it all, and have a sense of humor about it. You are courageous, warm-hearted and you'd be surprisingly successful at nabbing the "bad guy."

    But I'm jealous that Bernadette is Bosch! Cool quiz, Margot.

    Michele
    Southern City Mysteries

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  12. I came out as Morse as well. Who did you come out as?

    CD

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  13. Michele - Thank you :-) And I think it's cool that you came out as Stephanie Plum. She's a unique, energetic and interesting character, and I like her no-nonsense approach to life :-). Of course, I like Harry Bosch, too, so I can see why you wish you'd gotten him.



    Clarissa - Oooh, another "Inspector Morse." Love it! He's definitely on my "Top 5" list of sleuths. As for me, I came out as Precious Ramotswe.

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  14. I came up Harry Borch. Which means I absolutely have to read his books to find out who I am like!

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  15. I came out as Stephanie Plum. I'll have to add one of her books as well, since I've not read anyone yet.

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  16. Rayna - How interesting that you came out as Bosch! Well, you do share his passion for justice, and that's one of his strong qualities. I hope you will like the Michael Connelly books; I know I do.


    Jose Ignacio - Stephanie Plum is such a lively, interesting character! The Janet Evanovich series is full of humour, too, so I hope you'll enjoy it.

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  17. Alan and Kerrie, I'm Precious Ramotswe, too. Maybe we should all meet for bush tea. :D

    What fun, Margot! Great idea and you're the perfect person to carry it out.

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  18. Karen - I'm so glad you enjoyed this :-). I have to admit I had a lot of fun putting it together. I wish bush tea could be sent over the Internet, but since it can't, I'm sending you a virtual cup... ;-).

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  19. Great idea! Very oddly, I came out as Precious, which I would not have predicted at all. Of the characters listed in the comments, I see myself more as a Harry Bosch....oh well ;-)

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  20. Maxine - Oh, that is so interesting! I had the same reaction, because I thought for sure that I would come out as Inspector Morse. Except for all the liquid calories, of course. But I didn't. Odd how that happens, isn't it? Oh, well, indeed...

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  21. Margot, I was surprised too, because I was pretty sure I would throw up Miss Marple - I am a dedicated people watcher like her, only without her deductive prowess. But I know the precise questions that led me to Harry Borch- they were the ones when I was guided to choose the Miss Marple option, but realised something else was stronger for me.
    Which is why I do so want to read the Michael Connelly books.

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  22. What fun! Thank you, Margot! I came out as Miss Marple :).

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  23. Rayna - Isn't that interesting how we can have certain self-perceptions, and when we think about them, they aren't really true. I also like the fact that you focused on what was really true for you, instead of what you thought would get you to the answer you expected.


    Christine - I'm glad you enjoyed it :-). And I like Miss Marple very much; I wish I had her deep understanding of human nature...

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