Mystery Puzzle – A Recipe for Murder

Mystery Puzzle - A Recipe for Murder

Mystery Puzzle – A Recipe for Murder A real whodunit with a puzzling solution. Read about the dinner party hosted by famous chef Emile Adieu – six guests came, one of them uninvited. Among them was the well-known Inspector Pierre Gamé (“Gah-may'”), a good man to have on hand when a guest is poisoned before even tasting the fruits of the cook’s labors.Get to know the party guests. It seems everybody had a motive: the accountant, the TV hostess, the attractive ghostwriter and the restaurant reviewer. But only one motive led to murder. Then, assemble the 1000-piece puzzle to see the clues the Inspector uncovered. Let your mind sift through the evidence and solve “A Recipe for Murder”.Beware! The puzzle is different from the box cover.

A real whodunit with a puzzling solution.

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