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Previous MessagesEarliest MessagesOutlineRecent Messages (7 previous messages)
Jiggy - 03:23pm Aug 5, 2001 PST(#8 of 22)

Looks like a great site. Looking forward to learning more.


Belen Perez - 06:42am Feb 19, 2002 PST(#9 of 22)

I love this site. I've never tried to solve a teaser, but I think I'll try soon


sunnydazRHR - 04:27pm May 22, 2002 PST(#10 of 22)

a great site -- will be back often!


bluhrig - 04:43pm Jan 24, 2003 PST(#11 of 22)
Indianapolis

I have been getting emails from this site for quite some time but never registered so I could use this part. It's great because I will be posting a question.


Jim Nealon - 11:31am Aug 29, 2003 PST(#12 of 22)

First time visiting the site, just registered. I enjoy some mental challenges. Hope to find a few here.


John Hoffsis - 09:06am Sep 10, 2003 PST(#13 of 22)

Hope to participate on the site frequently, as long as I don't fail the test message!


Brahna Cicero - 02:03pm Jul 6, 2004 PST(#14 of 22)

I stumbled onto this site while looking for old Perry Mason television videos. So far, I've tried to solve two mysteries. Failed both times. You guys are really good at this. I like this site. Love mysteries.


BrashNZ - 03:54pm Apr 26, 2006 PST(#15 of 22)
My real name is Ashley, I play Brass, I live in New Zealand. So you can just call me Ashley or Ash if you want.

Brilliant website. Puzzle lover's heaven!


mouseofvirtue - 02:06pm May 5, 2008 PST(#16 of 22)

I am so glad to find a mysery lover's website! I am a computer idiot so I hope I do everything right.


retrosophistico - 04:48pm Mar 24, 2009 PST(#17 of 22)

Hi,just taking the tour.Vintage/classic mysteries ie.films,magazines,music,poster art my desktop,my kitchen,my social life(ha) are a big part of my "retro lifestyle"Was I born in the pre-code era:Wish I was there!


bt10 - 12:07pm Feb 4, 2010 PST(#18 of 22)

I also found this site by accident, really looking forward to discussions with other mystery fans


squenchie - 04:16pm Jul 19, 2010 PST(#19 of 22)

I found this site during research for my first novel that I am currently working on.


Dorcas Borton - 06:03pm Oct 27, 2010 PST(#20 of 22)

Hi; I am also just taking the tour. I would like to be able to discuss various mystery novels with anyone who delves through books an author at a time.

I am currently reading all by Linda Fairstein who was the chief prosecutor in the Manhattan district Attorney's office Sex Crimes Unit for 25 years.

Dorcas


Linda Speight - 10:53pm Nov 20, 2010 PST(#21 of 22)

Hi. I am looking for s short story where a Dr and his receptionist murdered the Dr's wife. Prior to the murder the receptionist phoned a help line pretending to be the wife. They were caught becaue of a clock that chimed in the background while the calls were being made. I think the story was in a AH anthology. Can anyone help? Thank you.


David Kaufmann - 07:09pm Jun 29, 2011 PST(#22 of 22)

Ah! Elementary my dear Poirot.

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