April RMMWA Meeting

A full dinner is served at our evening meetings including non-alcoholic beverages, coffee and dessert. Beer and wine are available for sale.

Location: Colorado Auto Dealers Association, 290 E. Speer Blvd., Denver, 80203
Cocktail hour: 6:30, dinner 7 p.m. Program follows.


April 11 Meeting



Secrets of a Bail Bondsman

 

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Signings and Sightings


April 25, 2019
6:30 pm
Becky Clark, Cynthia Kuhn, and Barbara Nickless
Get Lit Pop-Up Book Club
Denver Distillery
244 South Broadway
Denver


 

RMMWA Programs Online

On the Members Only page, you can listen to the full version of some of our programs. Click the highlighted portion of the program below to hear a short sample. If you need help with the link, or the password to the Members Only page, contact the webmaster.

January 2017 Dale Lovin

The Spirit in Question

American History

Burning Ridge

The Melancholy Howl

The Golden Havana Night

Pushback

Falcon's Prey

Fractured Families

Santa Fe Mourning

Blood and Gasoline

Visions of Ted Bundy

Murder Under the Oaks

Identity Crisis

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March 2019 Mystery Minute

Writing the Hardy Boys series was “hack work” By ZJ Czupor After he graduated from high school in Haileybury, Ontario, Leslie McFarlane (1902 – 1977), spent the next fifty years as a writer. He produced hundreds of short stories for pulp magazines, novellas and...

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February 2019 Mystery Minute

Sweetheart Sleuths: A Valentine’s Mystery Minute By ZJ Czupor Feb. 14, 2019 The “mistress of mystery” Janet Rudolph blogging in “Mystery Fanfare” (Feb. 11, 2019), claims there are roughly eighty authors who’ve written about “sweetheart sleuths,” couples who either...

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2018 RMMWA SIX-WORD MYSTERY CONTEST

Congratulations to this year’s Finalists and Winners! The Overall Contest Winner is: She took his name. For starters.  (Matthew Porter) Category Finalists and Winners are listed below: ** designates category winners. COZY **Auntie’s needles were not for knitting. ...

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January 2019 Mystery Minute

A MYSTERY MINUTE By ZJ Czupor And They Were Spies In a sense all mystery writers function as spies. We observe people around us, we study character types, we create plots and then we uncover them. Even the most boring luncheons can be fodder for our craft. I think...

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Mystery Minute

A MYSTERY MINUTE By ZJ Czupor Forensic linguistics reveals identity of famous author Forensic linguistics is an investigative technique which helps experts determine authorship by identifying quirks in a writer’s style. Thanks to advances in computer technology,...

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October 2018 Mystery Minute

An Operatic Mystery of Mass Murder Jeffrey A. Lockwood  Consider that: mysteries are an extremely potent form of storytelling; opera is a powerful means of dramatic expression; and science is in desperate need of connecting with the public.  So, what could...

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New Release: THE SPIRIT IN QUESTION by Cynthia Kuhn

English professor Lila Maclean knew drama would be involved when she agreed to consult on Stonedale University’s production of Puzzled: The Musical. But she didn’t expect to find herself cast into such chaos: the incomprehensible play is a disaster, the crumbling...

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Presentation: Fleur Bradley

Fleur (F.T.) Bradley will be presenting at Educator Night for current school teachers, librarians and school administrators in the Denver Metro area involved in literacy. Venue: Tattered Cover Aspen Grove (Sept. 5) and Tattered Cover Colfax (Sept. 6). Registration...

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