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Digging Up The Past - Murder Mystery Dinner

Venue: The Old Swan Hotel, Harrogate

Event date: Saturday 22 July, 2017

How’s this for an appetiser?! A dead body on the marshes, an ancient curse and a buried secret. Elly Griffiths, author of the award-winning Ruth Galloway books, scripts an archaeological mystery, with a little help from Francis Pryor of Time Team fame...and me. 

Switch the wine glasses and double bluff in this delightfully devious dinner, with one of these devious authors seated at your table to help you deduce the mystery over dessert…John Gordon Sinclair, Neil White, Leye Adenle, Rod Reynolds, Sarah Ward, Ruth Ware, Lesley Thomson, Mark Mills, Brian McGilloway, Steph Broadribb, Lin Anderson, Sue Wilkins, Martin Walker, Kaite Welsh, Paula Daly, AA Dhand, and Abir Mukherjee.

Includes 2 course dinner and a glass of wine.

Posted on Friday 16th June 2017 @ 4:30 pm

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