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Cindy Bryan - 11:14am Jan 20, 2003 PST(#70 of 86)

The Historic Alex Johnson Hotel in Rapid City, South Dakota is hosting the original mystery "Suspicion and Ambition at the Alex". Join in the fun and the drama centered around Gutzon Borglum the carver of Mt. Rushmore. Pick a performance night, Friday, March 7th or Saturday, March 8th, 2003. Space is limited so reserve yours today. Visit the website, or contact the Hotel at 800-888-2539 or

Marc Zelman - 06:03am Feb 4, 2003 PST(#71 of 86)

The Celebration Golf Club is hosting Eric Sharp's Murder Mystery! Friday Nights at 7 PM - 701 Golf Park Drive in Celebration Florida. TIX 407-522-4599. Or at

Juanita Rose Violini - 01:33pm Feb 4, 2003 PST(#72 of 86)

did you know that the word golf originally came from 'Gentlemen Only Ladies Forbidden'. - there's grounds for murder

Rona Behar - 04:40am Jul 28, 2004 PST(#73 of 86)

AllLearn, a nonprofit venture between Oxford, Stanford and Yale Universities, is offering a new online course: “The Da Vinci Code: Demystified.” A murdered curator at the Louvre, a radical reinterpretation of Christianity, and hints layered in the paintings of Leonardo da Vinci are all elements of Dan Brown’s smash best seller. This three-week course offers readers a chance to separate fact from fiction and explore the historical claims made by Brown. Join a panel of Yale scholars to uncover the truths behind The Da Vinci Code. More details can be found at:

Course length: 3 weeks Cost: $139

Offerings: Aug. 11 – Aug. 31, 2004 Sep. 8 – Sep. 28, 2004 Oct. 13 – Nov. 2, 2004 Nov. 3 – Nov. 23, 2004 Nov. 29 – Dec. 19. 2004

Please email me with any questions.

Mattie Carter - 04:20pm Feb 27, 2005 PST(#74 of 86)

P.S. Would also love to know when a Northern California covetion will come.

Edwin Drood - 05:38am Mar 10, 2005 PST(#75 of 86)

"The Mystery of Edwin Drood" -- Interactive theatrical event in New York City

The great Charles Dickens was halfway through his famous mystery novel when he committed the one ungenerous deed of his noble career: He Died, leaving behind no hint as to the outcome he intended for his bizarre and uncompleted puzzle. In this revival of Rupert Holmes’ Tony-Award-winning musical, you -- the audience -- get to vote and decide "who dunnit." Don’t miss your chance to solve, at long last, The Mystery of Edwin Drood!

The St. Bart’s Players present "The Mystery of Edwin Drood" from April 21st to May 1st, 2005 (Thursday-Sunday) at the St. Bart's Playhouse on Park Avenue at 50th Street in Manhattan, located in the Community House of St. Bartholomew's Church.

Tickets are $22.00 Regular Admission / $20.00 Students/Senior Citizens and are available at the St. Bart's box office by calling (212) 378-0248.

For more information, please visit

I’m dying to see you there!

--Edwin Drood

The Cat Cyril - 08:59pm Sep 26, 2005 PST(#76 of 86)

Hi fellow Ruth Rendell fans!

If you are in the NYC area, here is THE event of the year....this Thursday, 9/29, Ruth Rendell will be appearing at Partners in Crime (44 Greenwich Ave., corner of Charles). She'll be signing copies of "Thirteen Steps Down".

This will be her first – and ONLY - New York appearance in more than ten years!

I plan to be there!

Emily Howie - 04:54am Mar 24, 2006 PST(#77 of 86)

Library of Congress Panel Discussion on April 24: “Deft, Daring and Delightful: Mystery Writers Discuss Their Craft”

Five popular mystery writers, Jo Dereske, Carolyn G. Hart, Katherine Hall Page, Patricia Sprinkle, and Jacqueline Winspear, will participate in a panel discussion at the Library of Congress at noon on Monday, April 24, 2006, in the Mumford Room on the sixth floor of the James Madison Building, 101 Independence Ave., S.E., Washington, D.C.

The presentation will be the eighth annual Judith Austin Memorial Lecture, sponsored by the Library’s Humanities and Social Sciences Division, and is free and open to the public. No tickets or reservations are required. A book signing will follow the presentation.

For more detailed information, please see:

Please contact Emily C. Howie (202) 707-5771, or Abby Yochelson (202) 707-2138, for information.

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