Tuesday, April 22, 2008

And the Winner Is ...

Congratulations to Caitlin Hoy, winner of MB4's first Sleuth Hunt and an autographed copy of Aaron Paul Lazar's "Tremolo: Cry of the Loon!"

The name of the winner of was pulled from a virtual hat. Caitlin was one of several contestants who submitted the correct answers to the contest. Thanks to all who participated!

The correct answers are:

Q: Marta Stephens pulls the strings behind the scenes in the life of one Detective Sam Harper. We’re not sure what drives this guy, but we think it has something to do with his mother. What did she do for a living? Poke around Marta’s site here: http://www.martastephens-author.com/

A: She was a music teacher.

Q: Aaron Lazar’s multi-faceted involvement in the arts is surprisingly complex, extending to both written and photographic evidence. We know he controls at least two accomplices. One goes by the name of Gus LeGarde. Who is the other one? Find out here: http://www.legardemysteries.com/

A: Sam Moore OR Camille LaCote (either answer is acceptable).

Q: Kim Smith partners with a feisty woman named Shannon Wallace. Plans are in place to blow their cover sky-high this fall, but for now, we have only names. One known accomplice, Dwayne Brown, frequents a certain joint in South Lake, Mississippi. What’s the name of that place? Further investigation here: http://www.mkimsmith.com/

A: Pac N' Snac (variant spellings are acceptable).

Q: S. W. Vaughn is charged with aiding and abetting the kidnapping and possible torture of one Gabriel Morgan. Multiple contacts are necessary for this operation, and Vaughn has learned another language in order to coordinate various groups. What language is it? Check for an answer here: http://www.swvaughn.com/

A: Japanese

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