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COMPETITIONS: Alibi’s Murdoch Mysteries – Exclusive Preview Screening & Short Crime Story

MURDOCH MYSTERIES - small To celebrate the launch of Murdoch Mysteries Season Three on Tuesday 16 February, Alibi is giving you and a friend the chance to win tickets to a special preview screening in London. Hosted by Thomas Craig and Lisa Faulkner and with champagne on arrival you can be sure it’s one mystery that you won’t want to miss out on!

Lisa Faulkner and Yannick Bisson - small Detective William Murdoch (Yannick Bisson) is back on our screens with a thrilling third series of Murdoch Mysteries. Set in Victorian Toronto, the series begins with William running for his life through the streets of Bristol, England where he meets a beautiful bar maid Anna Fulford (Lisa Faulkner).

Your prize includes a pair of tickets for you and a friend to a special preview screening of Murdoch Mysteries on Monday 15 February at the Soho Hotel, London. The lucky winners will arrive at 7pm, and will be offered champagne or a soft drink on arrival. Thomas Craig and Lisa Faulkner will also be there to introduce the episode and afterwards you will get the chance to ask questions to the both of them!

For your chance to win tickets, simply unlock this page by cracking the code. (You will need to register with the site.)

Alibi is also running another competition in conjunction with the Theakstons Old Peculier Crime Writing Festival and HarperCollins.  Three finalists will win tickets to the festival in Harrogate (with travel and accommodation included), where they'll get to the chance to rub shoulders with leading authors and agents of the crime writing world. The winner will be announced during the weekend and will win a Sony e-reader, a library of 100 crime books including a signed Stuart MacBride back catalogue and they'll also see their story turned into a special online, downloadable e-edition by HarperCollins.  So, do you have a crime story of between 2,000 and 5,000 words in you?  It will need to start with the following opening line:

In my experience, those who beg for mercy seldom deserve it.


One comment on “COMPETITIONS: Alibi’s Murdoch Mysteries – Exclusive Preview Screening & Short Crime Story

  1. Dorte H
    January 30, 2010

    I think the competition sounds very tempting – but annoyingly, it is only for UK residents.
    Of course there are also writing contests in Denmark, but most of them are extremely highbrow so I won´t even try them. And Denmark does not really seem to have discovered the genre flash fiction.

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