Mystillery Newsletter #14 - October 2021

From The Mystillery

You have probably figured out I am a fan of the Collier Front Page Mysteries series, which ran from 1928 - 1947, with a hiatus from 1932-1941. These are all reprints, and published in a "uniform binding" which means the bindings were all identical (except for the title/author stamp), and did not have dust jackets.

You can see a list of the series here, which I believe is complete - but every time I say that, I find another title popping up for sale.


Medical Examiner news

HAPPENINGS IN SEPTEMBER:

SEARCH ENGINE UPDATED: The search engine had its monthly update this morning Oct 1), so your submissions through Sep 30 are indexed and can now be found by it. This searches submissions to all Mystillery challenges, but it is only available from the Medical Examiner challenge page. See "Who else examined my book?" at the top of the table.


Six Shooter news

NEW NOTCHES CARVED IN SEPTEMBER:

NEW SHARPSHOOTERS IN SEPTEMBER:


Beachcomber news

BEACH BAGS FILLED IN SEPTEMBER:

Tina Hilbert (Utah) just filled her Crime Scenes beach bag! Just one more to go!


Century Club news


Abra Cadavers news

This game closed on Sep. 30. However, entries are still accepted until October 8.

Avid Series Reader (New Mexico) makes All Star on closing day!!

Traci L. (Illinois) makes All Star on closing day!!

Abra Cadavers team is ready to put away the bats and balls for the season, The Mystillery has opened a new off-season game to run alternately with Abra Cadavers, October to April. It is an indoor sport, Ten Pins, for those cold winter months. This means there will always be a game available year-round for all our challengers!


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