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by Lorie Lewis Ham


Have you ever attended a murder mystery party? They can be a LOT of fun! When I was in my twenties my brother and I wrote several of them and had parties for our friends-those were so much better than the boxed ones. Recently I heard about a company that puts on murder mystery parties all over the country called The Murder Mystery Co. I took some time to interview Patrick Salyer, their Digital Marketing Assistant about their company, which includes parties in San Francisco.

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by Lorie Lewis Ham & Terell Byrd



To continue in the spirit of Halloween, this week Terell is reviewing two books by mystery author Penny Warner that tie in to the spookiness of Halloween–How To Survive A Killer Seance and How to Party With A Killer Vampire. After the reviews is a fun behind the book interview with Penny & then a chance to enter to win copies of both books!

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Velcome to my Vampire Party

IN THE October 15 ISSUE

FROM THE 2011 Articles,
andContributors,
andFantasy & Fangs,
andMysteryrat's Maze
SECTIONS

by Penny Warner



Vampire Parties are all the rage, thanks to books, TV shows, and movies like Twilight, True Blood, and Vampire Diaries. While plotting my latest Presley Parker, event planner mystery, I decided to wrap the plot around a Vampire Party…held in the local cemetery. So I had big-time movie producer Lucas Cruz celebrate his latest film release—a vampire parody—by throwing a lavish party in a graveyard.

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by Ashley Taylor



The Tony Awards are almost here and, personally, it’s my favorite awards show. Yes, many people don’t know or care about this show. But for my people, it’s Christmas in June.
The nice thing about the Tonys is the organizers realize that most of the people watching haven’t seen these shows. I mean, yes, we’re familiar with what’s opening on Broadway but unless you live in New York and have a nice amount of disposable income, you probably haven’t had a chance to swing by every new show.

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