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***Please note that due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, most programs are currently taking place virtually. If you need help accessing a virtual program, contact us at www.wrl.org/ask.*** 

This month we’ll be discussing The Dupin Tales (1841) by Edgar Allan Poe. Using his own science of “ratiocination,” the world’s first detective searches for clues to two grisly but impossible murders (Murders in the Rue Morgue), the death of a young woman (The Murder of Marie Roget), and an incriminating document being used to blackmail the Queen (The Purloined Letter).  

WhoDunnits is a discussion group devoted to mysteries that follows a yearlong program of books and movies around a single topic. This year it’s Sherlock Holmes’s big brothers — who were the authors who created the detective genre before Conan Doyle came along?  

Join Zoom Meeting: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83404809788?pwd=bWNGSWhodnM1UDRpUUV4a1RGYTJYQT09 

Meeting ID: 834 0480 9788 

Passcode: 593632 

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