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Bowie theater's 'Murder by Misadventure' finishes strong

'Murder by Misadventure'

All murder mystery fans, whether casual observers or dedicated sleuths, will find much to ponder in Bowie Community Theatre's current offering of BBC writer/producer Edward Taylor's 1992 "Murder by Misadventure." They should also enjoy frequent chuckles while ferreting out clues.

This mystery comedy traces what happens when TV crime writers Howard Kent and Paul Riggs face the end of their 10-year working partnership after having achieved success, winning awards and earning high fees. Senior writer Kent has invested so well that he and his wife, Emma, now live in a luxury penthouse on the Sussex Coast. Having squandered his earnings on drinking and gambling, money-hungry...

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