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Mystery books are in their blood

Mystery books are in their blood

Southern Arizona is full of mystery. It's fertile ground for those who want to read or write a classic - whether it's a murder-on-the-first-page whodunit, a contemporary novel packed with heart-pounding action and tension or a thriller set in a faraway time and place.

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Elizabeth Gunn, middle, takes notes as Dr. F. Mazda Shirazi of the Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center discusses the science of poison during a Arizona Mystery Writers workshop.

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Mikaela Quinn, who heads the writing group Tucson Sisters in Crime, listens as JoAnn Bassett reads from her book "Lana'i of the Tiger."

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Local author Darrell James autographed copies of an anthology with his story in it during a recent Sisters in Crime meeting.

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Christine Burke, left, owner of Clues Unlimited bookstore, Fred Runk, Mary Stevens and Michael Ames recently joined for a discussion of "Silence of the Grave" by Arnaldur Indridason, a police procedural set in Reykjavik, Iceland. Mystery readers are often drawn to the cultural setting of var…

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Dr. F. Mazda Shirazi of the Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center presents information on poisons and varied symptoms.

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