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A man lies on the floor, partially covered in a sheet and still clutching a glass and paintbrush. The room’s remaining occupants are shocked into stunned silence and unable to form a coherent thought. Clearly the man on the floor is dead, but how did he meet his end? More importantly, who is the killer? Agatha Christie’s “Go Back for Murder” explores the answer to this pivotal question, along with hints of a mysterious cover-up. Audiences attending upcoming performances of “Go Back for Murder” at the Los Alamos Little Theatre will soon have the opportunity to work out the shadowy details surrounding this compelling murder mystery.
The past week’s series of “whodunit” articles has introduced select characters that were present on the day of the murder, along with their understanding of “the truth.” These individuals are all somehow connected to the murdered painter Amyas Crale (Don Monteith), and include his wife, mistress, relatives and friends. The details that have been revealed thus far are only the beginning: in “Go Back for Murder,” every remaining mysterious, suspenseful and shocking detail will be uncovered.
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