What’s your poison?

In September we were invited down to the English village of Marshtown and a meeting of the local cocktail appreciation society. The group were facing a potential change in their leadership committee and tensions were running extremely high. Some members were visibly shaken by events taking place. Others were stirred into action by threats of… More What’s your poison?

S T Haymon books

Having a clear out we came upon these murder mystery books by S T Haymon. All are available from Amazon. Death And The Pregnant Virgin was originally published in 1980. It was the first crime thriller to feature Detective Inspector Benjamin Jurnet. The action starts in a small village in Norfolk. Nearby an ancient statue has… More S T Haymon books

A Highly Suspect Murder Mystery

The City Adventurers were in Edinburgh, birthplace of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. So it was only fitting we help Conan Doyle’s greatest creation, Sherlock Holmes, in solving a mystery. And so it was that we found ourselves investigating A Highly Suspect Murder Mystery……. We joined the mystery maestros from the Highly Suspect theatre for an interactive murder… More A Highly Suspect Murder Mystery

Mystic Murder

Don’t you love that new detective series “Isolated crimes” with Inspector Corner? He introduces the details of a case, then asks the audience “was it an accident or was it murder?” His latest show involved a Mystic Murder. A fortune teller, Mystic Myrtle, was plying her trade at a local fairground when Laura Dent decided… More Mystic Murder

Murder in the Dark

Murder in the Dark by Kerry Greenwood is Book 16 in the Phryne Fisher series. I came across it the other day while browsing for a new book and was drawn to the title. It wasn’t until I got it home I realised it was part of the Miss Fisher Murder Mysteries that are being shown on… More Murder in the Dark

Killing Thyme

With summer comes the annual village show and this year the City Adventurers decided to visit the Killington Annual Village Fete and Vegetable Show. As always the village people were keen to show off their gardening skills and this year the competition was even more intense as there was to be a large cash prize… More Killing Thyme