Don’t miss these “ads” by mystery writer/blogger Margot Kinberg!
It was only a matter of time. After all, fictional sleuths usually have finite means, just like most of us. And advertisers are always looking for new ways to market their products and services. So, it simply made sense for fictional sleuths to start doing endorsements. The idea has a lot of potential, actually. Those sleuths have gotten millions of fans, which means millions of potential customers. And for the sleuths, it’s a welcome source of income. So, if you’ll ask your disbelief to go make some popcorn for TV-watching, let’s see what some of these television advertisements might look like.
Oh, and one important note: I do not personally endorse any of these companies. This is just for fun, folks!
When Sleuths do Advertisements
I. Signorina Elettra Zorzi (Donna Leon)
The camera pans a modern-looking office. Signorina Elettra is sitting at the desk, looking at her laptop computer. She…
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