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Who wrote the first type of mystery that we know of today?
a) Jennifer Soe b) Frances Klore c) Edward Poel d) Edgar Allen Poe
Who was the first fictional detective?
a) Sherlock Holmes b) Auguste C. Dupin c) The Wright Brothers d) Nancy Drew
First woman mystery writer?
a) Anna Katherine Green b) Samantha Black c) Clementine Poe d) Josephine Rodgers
Who was the first "manly, tough" detective?
a) Joey Stamonza b) Freddie White c) Mike Hammer d) Gary Lourman
Who created Sherlock Holmes?
a) Jonathan Freedman b) Gale Spunwick c) Sir Arthur Conan Doyle d) Sir Harold the 5th
Who was Edgar Allen Poe influenced greatly by?
a) Charles Dickens b) Carter Keith c) Alfred D. Gortly d) Samuel Green
Who made a career of 50 years of writing mysteries; writing more than 80 of them?
a) Agatha Christina b) Agatha Christie c) Agatha Cristlie d) Agatha Dermando
Nancy Drew, The Hardy Boys, and Encyclopedia Brown are all myseries for te age group of:
a) kids/teens b) adults c) all ages d) babies
What is a popular type of mystery now?
a) Cop shows b) Reality Shows c) Public Radio Broadcasting d) The PArker Brothers game Clue
Which died while wrting a novel leaving it forever unsolved?
a) Charles Poe b) Edgar Allen Dupin c) Ellen Setly d) Charles Dickens
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