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Here’s everything you need to serve up mystery, murder, and fun for 6-8 suspects.
Everyone’s a suspect when murder is on the menu. Here’s everything you need to serve up mystery, murder, and fun – party planner, invitations, recipes – plus a tasty murder mystery to solve. Just invite seven of your friends to join you for dress up and to play the roles of devious suspects. Serve up a meal or light snack, and you’re ready for some drop-dead fun!
All Murder Mysteries Include:
|A Taste for Wine and Murder:||The annual wine-tasting festival in California Wine Country is in full swing when the body of local vineyard owner, Barry Underwood, is found hidden beneath his wine cellar. Barry has been missing for six long years but with the discovery of his body comes a wealth of new clues to solve the mystery. It's a vintage murder and you may be a suspect.|
|The Icicle Twist:||Boris Ivanovitch was anticipating an exciting evening attending an après ski party at Michael Maitland’s Cottonwood condominium. Three hours later, he has been found stabbed to death on the condo deck. The guests at the party all appear very uncomfortable. One of them is the murderer, and it’s up to you to find out who it is.|
|Murder on Misty Island:||This class reunion lacked class and reunion. Eight loving “friends” arrived on their college housemother’s island for some rest and relaxation. Twelve hours later, Stephanie Stephens was dead, and they were suspects in her murder. No escape, no assistance, no TV. Solve the murder of attorney Stephanie Stephens before these college chums get you.|
|Murder at Mardi Gras:||New Orleans' most prominent neighborhood has been rocked with the murder of an elite member of its circle, Pierre DuPre, King of the Krewe, was found strangled by an extremely expensive set of Mardi Gras beads. The party revelers must put down their Hurricane drinks and feathered boas to determine the murderer. Solving the mystery of Pierre's death requires all guests to remove their masquerade masks and reveal their vulnerability.|
|The Champagne Murder:||Groovy, baby! It’s 1967, and England still swings like a pendulum. You’re spending the weekend with some of the brightest faces in Britain at the Chelsea home of Lord Michael Jagged. What could be more hip and happening?
But as you gather for dinner on Sunday evening, the shocking news is brought to you by Austin McClue: Lord Michael is dead. Maybe even murdered. And if he was murdered, one – or more – of you was responsible.
|Pasta, Passion, & Pistols:||At La Speranza, New York City's most popular Italian eatery, restaurateur Pepi Roni has been shot in the back with his own pistol. Tonight, his family and friends will gather to pay their respects to poor Pepi, but one of the guests won't be shedding any tears.|
|Death by Chocolate:||It’s April 15, 1900, Easter Sunday, and Paris is the center of the world’s attention as millions of visitors arrive for the opening of the International Exposition this weekend. Amongst them is an elite but diverse group of individuals staying at the Hotel Paradiso.
As they gather for dinner, however, the peace of the hotel is rocked by an explosion. Billy Bonka, the foremost chocolate manufacturer in America, is found dead in his room, having apparently been killed by an explosive Easter Egg. Suspicion falls on the people around the table.
|Murder on the Grill:||You and your guests find yourselves at the Kansas City home of Tom Dooley for a sizzling backyard cookout and some fabulous party fun. Too bad poor Tom gets iced over his hot grill - and you may be a suspect. How low will you go?|
|A Slice of Murder:||Painton Place is an 18th-century house, built by Sir John Painton, the first baronet, in Rutting-on-the-Rise, a beautiful if isolated corner of Norfolk, England. It’s just the place to spend a couple of days on a cooking holiday – a Weekend Mini-Bake, as it’s advertised. But the rural tranquility is shattered when celebrity chef Francis “Franny” Craddock is found dead, late Saturday night. Particularly when it turns out he’s been murdered. Suspicion falls on the guests, but who would have wanted to kill him? And what does this have to do with the legendary Painton Plunder, supposedly brought back from India by the eccentric fourth baronet, Sir Richard Painton?|