“Male costume is nothing new to me” [SCAN]
It isn't every day you run into someone who crashed an invitation-only event 45 years ago. When you add to the mix that the event was all-male and the interloper was a female—well, now we have the beginning of a good story.
For years it remained a mystery, which is just fine with Rosemary Herbert, our guest for this episode and the very same person who pulled off the caper. It's the perfect genre, as Rosemary has been involved in the world of mystery fiction for nearly her entire life.
Her literary connections are broad and deep (as links below to books she's edited and written will attest), and she has cultivated connections in the world of Sherlock Holmes that span from Julian Symons to Dan Posnansky, BSI and more. Join us as we delve into this fascinating world with Rosemary.
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- Rosemary's books:
- The Oxford Companion to Crime and Mystery Writing (editor)
- The Oxford Book of American Detective Stories (edited with Tony Hillerman)
- A New Omnibus of Crime (edited with Tony Hillerman)
- Front Page Teaser: A Liz Higgins Mystery
- Whodunnit? A Who's Who in Crime and Mystery Writing
- Murder on Deck! Shipboard & Shoreline Mystery Stories
- Twelve American Crime Stories
- The Haunted Looking Glass by Edward Gorey
- Previous episodes mentioned:
- Episode 77: The Speckled Band of Boston (Dan Posnansky)
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