7 edition of Mystery Reader"s Walking Guide found in the catalog.
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By Alzina Stone Dale, , Published on 01/01/ Recommended Citation. Dale, Alzina Stone, , "Mystery Reader's Walking Guide: England" ().Cited by: 1. By Alzina Stone Dale, , Published on 01/01/ Recommended Citation. Dale, Alzina Stone, , "Mystery Reader's Walking Guide: London" ().Author: Alzina Stone Dale, Barbara Sloan Hendershott.
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However, "Mystery Reader's Walking Guide: London" was one of just a handful of books I brought with us on our recent trip to the UK, and it more than repaid the slight effort of carrying it around.
The authors have divided London into about a dozen sections and crafted a walking tour of each that takes in sites associated with popular mystery novelists and their characters/5(2). Mystery Reader's Walking Guide: New York Paperback – July 2, by Alzina Dale (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating.
See all 7 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ 5/5(1). In Mystery Reader's Walking Guide: Chicago author Alzina Stone Dale brings all of this--and more--to life in 10 walking tours of Chicago's neighborhoods, as described in the works of Sara Paretsky, Craig Rice, and more than 70 other mystery writers.
Mystery Readers Walking Guide: England [Alzina Stone Dale, Barbara Sloan Hendershott] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The best way to enjoy this experience is on foot, so the authors have created fourteen intriguing walks that /5(2).
We used this book as a guide for a trip to London a few years back. My husband is an ardent mystery fan, and I like Georgette Heyer whose books are included. We did Mystery Readers Walking Guide book of the guided walks profiled here. We really enjoyed walking around, and the book gave a theme and context to what would otherwise have been meandering without purpose.5/5(1).
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Along with Mystery Readers Walking Guide: London, /5. A Winner of the Malice Domestic Agatha Award, and a Doubleday Mystery Guild Selection, Mystery Reader's Walking Guide: Washington D.C.
has 8 walking tours based on over mysteries. Mystery Reader's Walking Guide, London book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The Ideal Book for Mystery Readers, Literar /5. At Back to School Night - I always have a Mystery Reader Sign-up.
This is one of those ideas that if you aren't doing it - you should start this year. A Mystery Reader is a surprise visit from a family member (moms, dads, grandparents, siblings, uncles, aunts, etc).
They bring a favorite picture book to read. One of my traditions is I always let the child sit next to the family member as they. A site dedicated to book lovers providing a forum to discover and share commentary about the books and authors they enjoy.
Author interviews, book reviews and lively book commentary are found here. Content includes books from bestselling, midlist and debut authors. About the Book. A Winner of the Malice Domestic Agatha Award, and a Doubleday Mystery Guild Selection, Mystery Reader's Walking Guide: Washington D.C.
has 8 walking tours based on over mysteries. About the Author. Alzina Stone Dale is a freelance writer/: The Mystery Readers Book Club has 6, members. This group is for mystery readers and writers alike. It is a place to share stories, write reviews, and. This list of early chapter book mysteries and detective stories is designed for young readers transitioning from easy reader books to longer general, they are appropriate for children agesalthough some 5 year olds who are early learners will enjoy reading.
An intriguing 13 walks in London, featuring mystery writers and their detectives from Sherlock Holmes to Lord Peter Wimsee and Scotland Yard's Adam Dalgleish.
An Ideal book for exploring London by foot or snug in your favorite armchair. Includes places of interest and restaurant : Each of the walking mystery tours covers a fascinating English location and includes (1) an easy-to-follow map to all the sights and landmarks, (2) must-see spots and restaurant and pub suggestions - connected when possible to the actual detective stories, and (3) lists of authors, books, and sleuths.
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By Alzina Stone Dale,Published on 01/01/ Recommended Citation. Dale, Alzina Stone,"Mystery Reader's Walking Guide: New York" ().Author: Dale, Alzina Stone. By Alzina Stone Dale,Published on 01/01/ Recommended Citation. Dale, Alzina Stone,"Mystery Reader's Walking Guide, Washington, DC" ().Author: Dale, Alzina Stone.
It was the perfect travel guide for Paris as I was able to do 2 of the self guided walks in the book - St Germain des Pres and 1st/2nd arrondissement.
I made a custom Google Maps using the addresses provided in the book, which gave me easy to follow walking directions. The maps in the book are more of the artwork by the authors/5(). ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvi, pages: illustrations ; 22 cm: Other Titles: Walking guide, New York: Responsibility.Mystery reader's walking guide, New York.
[Alzina Stone Dale] Lincolnwood, IL: Passport Books, © Edition/Format: Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
# Detective and mystery stories, American--New York.A Mystery Reader can be a parent, guardian, relative, sibling, close friend, teacher, etc. who shares a favorite or well-liked children's book with the class.
The role of the Mystery Reader is to remain anonymous until he/she enters the classroom on the designated reading day. The program is supposed to be a surprise, so even your own child.