Inspector McClue Murder Mystery - Monte Carlo
Budding Poirot and wannabe Sherlock Holmes will love every minute of hosting an evening of whodunit entertainment with Inspector McClue's The Monte-Carlo Murders. The gripping story is set amidst the glitz and glamour of Monte-Carlo in 1951, as Europe recovers from the Second World War... but there's foul play afoot. When the body of a beautiful young woman is found on a private beach which can only be reached through the palace of Prince Reynard, suspicion falls on him and his glamorous house guests. Who is this mysterious woman? Why would anyone want to kill her? And what is her connection with the shadowy sisterhood of Sibyl? The anticipation, mystery and excitement begins before guests have even arrived as each of the six guests, or suspects, will receive their invite and suggestions for suitable dress which begins setting the scene for the forthcoming crime - and by the end of the evening, one of the guests will be exposed as a killer! The suspects include Prince Reynard, the most eligible bachelor in Europe, Princess Peacock, the distant cousin of Prince Reynard and the last survivor of an obscure family of Bavarian royalty and Colonel Jock Strapp, a Scottish soldier who won a Victoria Cross on D-Day and never returned home. Hosts get a helping hand too with recipes, music and decorating tips along with a party planner, booklets on the characters, their roles and a few tasty secrets. The Monte-Carlo Murders game is for six to eight players in their teens upwards and includes six secret clues, CD with an introduction, scene letter, summary of events and solution to the crime.