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Putting On A Murder Mystery


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 Putting On A Murder MysteryBarbara Fox is the guru of interactive murder mystery plays. She started her company, Mystery On The Menu, in 1986, and was one of the first theater companies to write and produce participatory mysteries. Since that time she has presented literally thousands of plays for audiences on trains, cruise ships, restaurants, office parties, etc. She is the author of several mystery novels and short stories and has also created four different mystery games.

Putting On A Murder Mystery

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Learn more about Barbara Fox and her murder mysteries at www.mysteryonthemenu.com

Barbara’s mystery books, the Murder in The Inn series, Murder is Served, and Act Two For Three are all available on Amazon.com as well as www.booksbybarbara.com, where you can also find scripts and games.

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Barbara Fox

Barbara Fox

Barbara Fox is the producer/director of Mystery On The Menu, an interactive theater company she founded in 1986. She writes and acts in the plays which are presented at hotels, resorts, conference centers and aboard trains and cruise ships. She is the author of several mystery novels and her favorite, non-mystery Act Two For Three which is about three friends and how they deal with problems and changes in their lives.

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