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Reviews of "How to Host a Murder" and "How to Host a Teen Mystery"
 
Ivan Owen - 07:18pm Aug 1, 2000 PST
"Writing is a spontaneous adveture, not a planned trip"

This area is for all you mystery lovers to write in on how you felt about the "How to Host a Murder" or "How to Host a Teen Mystery" that you have hosted. Tell what you liked and what you didn't like.... better yet, tell us your opinion on the one you hosted. REMEMBER TO TELL WHICH ONE YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT!!!!


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Martha Garmon - 03:50pm Sep 18, 2006 PST(#24 of 25)

Dennis,

Would you be willing to share your rewrite of Hoo Hung Woo? I am planning on hosting this one at the end of October. However, I am hesitating because I am missing one clue (Gen. Shang's). I would also be interested in hearing how it went.


Bonnie Sysko - 04:22pm Oct 14, 2015 PST(#25 of 25)

Hi Dennis, I planned on hosting "a matter of faxe" but I loaned it to my cousin and she lost 2 of the clue papers,--Ham and Major General are missing. Is there any way I can obtain these 2 clue papers without buying a whole new game? I have all the rest of the game. Thanks, Bonnie

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