One hundred murder mystery puzzles to solve for armchair detectives and game lovers
G. T. Karber grew up in Arkansas, the son of a judge and a civil
rights attorney. He graduated summa cum laude from the University
of Arkansas with a degree in mathematics and English literature
before gaining a Masters in Fine Arts from the University of
Southern California's School of Cinematic Arts.
As the General Secretary of the Hollywood Mystery Society he has staged more than 30 immersive whodunits in the LA area. His first feature film, Killer Party, a horror-comedy-musical-whodunit he co-wrote and directed, premieres in 2023.
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