I opened the package, and inside was an archival envelope that had a whole bunch of old, dried up, yellowed paper towels in it… and the paper towels were all covered with scrawled-out cryptograms.

Cynthia Riggs, a mystery writer, finds herself embroiled in a mystery of her own on this week’s podcast.

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    Just catching up on the podcast and OMG you all need to listen to this. 70 some years of sass in one brilliant woman
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    Ordinarily, I’m a stone cold misanthrope, but this story gave me goose bumps, a lump in my throat, and a big smile by...
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    Listened to this this morning, so inspirational! Her life began again at 70!
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