By William Burton McCormick

The photograph showing Robinson outside was made with a British camera. Europeans write dates in the format of day/month/year not month/day/year. The British timestamp 10/7/2005 proves Mr. Robinson was able to go outside by the tenth of July before the time of Anna's murder in August.

William Burton McCormick's fiction has appeared or is forthcoming in Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine, Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, Sherlock Holmes Mystery Magazine and others. A two-time Derringer Award finalist, he is a graduate of the writing program at the University of Manchester and is a member of Mystery Writers of America, International Thriller Writers and the Crime Writers Association. His story "Felix's Rebellion" was recently included in the anthology "Blood Promises and Other Commitments" (MMIP Books).

A native of Nevada, William has lived in seven countries including Latvia, Estonia, Russia and Ukraine for the purpose of writing. You can learn more about his work here.

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