Hi all. I'd like your opinion on the following: If you are reading a thriller/mystery type of novel, are you more excited or satisfied if you read clues all along but are mystified, and then it all comes together in the climax and after? OR Do you like to get some clue by reading scenes from the antagonist during the novel - all without knowing his/her identity or exactly what's going on? I am writing a story (novel idea) about a group of rogue scientists that are conducting an experiment in a town. I thought it would be interesting if for each thing they create/study, I can have a scene with an observer from the science team writing down what's going on to the subjects, or better yet, post a page or so that looks like a scientific report of observations. This would clue in the reader (but not the characters - is this sort of a cozy style?) and give the readers some sort of clue during the story. I personally find it interesting to get a view into the killer's mind or the person who is causing the conflict - makes me feel like I'm in on a secret that the main characters don't know. Thanks for your replies!