Young detectives will have the opportunity throughout October to solve a literary murder for Worthington Libraries.
Here is the story :
Rowan Holmes, a critically acclaimed mystery writer, will meet his untimely death in the library boardroom, where he is promoting his latest version, “If Books Could Kill”.
The author’s visit was attended by a number of people:
â¢ Fabien is the # 1 fan of Holmes. Fabien is devoted to man, some would say obsessed, and is in all public functions of the author.
â¢ Clifford is a literary critic whose true passion is investigative journalism.
â¢ Luna welcomes Holmes’ visit. The librarian has known Holmes for years – she remembers when he was just another client attending a series of writers’ workshops at the library.
â¢ Wren participated in the Library Writers Series with Holmes. Surely she would be delighted to celebrate the successes of an old friend, wouldn’t she?
But did Fabien, Clifford, Wren or Luna have a reason to kill Holmes?
Detectives between the ages of 9 and 17 must answer this question during It’s a Library Whodunit, the online-only mystery that runs throughout October.
After emailing [email protected], detectives can examine the virtual crime scene and conduct an online investigation at their own pace.
They will meet Kit, a library staff member working underground as a private investigator, who is ready to help. Working with Kit, they’ll collect clues spread throughout the library, including a threat note found near the accounting office, missing titles in the teenage area, an open laptop in a study room, and a leaflet on a book display rack of a library program. spent a long time.
After interviewing the suspects, participants will use their problem-solving skills to solve the mystery and then accuse a killer.
Holmes was a demanding and hard to love writer. His agent, Aneesa, was fed up with his constant disrespect, especially since she kept so many secrets from him. Does that make her a suspect too?
Hillary Kline is Communications Specialist for Worthington Libraries.