Book Signing for ‘Vegas Die’ May Have Author Stephen Grogan Spilling Beans on Location of $25,000 Treasure
August 21, 2009 by VegasNews.com
Author Stephen Grogan has hidden a dagger worth $25,000 somewhere in Las Vegas and the clues to its location are written into his best-selling mystery, Vegas Die. Will Grogan misspeak and give out a clue when he appears in Los Angeles for a book signing and talk at The Mystery Book Store on 1036 Broxton Avenue, near UCLA Medical Center, off I-405 and Wilshire, in Westwood, on Saturday, August 29th at 4:30 p.m. (310) 209-0415?
To find the dagger you don’t even have to go to Las Vegas or bring a shovel. You can do your digging by visiting the website www.QuestMystery.com and study what other “Questors” are saying. If you figure out the clues, and make your guess online within 15 feet of the dagger’s hiding spot, you win the $25,000. Beware; there are several thousand Questors trying to beat you to the prize.
More than a treasure hunt, Vegas Die, is also fast-paced mystery. “A page-turning thriller”, wrote the Las Vegas Review Journal. Last month, Vegas Die received an IPPY Silver Medal Award for Best Regional Fiction (West). The plot is pure Vegas: someone is killing off the old, retired mobsters of Las Vegas and the Mayor is the #1 suspect. Critics say Author Grogan’s writing is like James Patterson meets Janet Evanovich. The book is truly unique in that it makes for both a great thriller and an interactive game with a real end prize. Grogan says, “What I have tried to create is an interactive book to match the new social media communities.” So double down your pleasure, read Vegas Die as a mystery, re-read it as an interactive treasure hunt.
This is a special invitation for you to join Grogan on August 29th at The Mystery Book Store for a free autographed short story, “The Book Signer”, to the first 25 book buyers.
Vegas Die by Stephen Grogan. $16.95. Addison & Highsmith Publishers. ISBN: 978-0-9801164-0-3
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