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The Brie,  The Bullet and The Black Cat.
(Boxed Game)

The Casino Killings

The Brie, The Bullet and The Black Cat, Murder ala Carte (10-12 players)

Enjoy a little murder with your dinner?

Everyone's a suspect when murder is on the menu. And with a Classic Detective Murder Mystery you have everything you need to serve up a perfect murder dinner party.First the invites, you choose which of your friends play which devious character. Then the shopping list, menu suggestions and recipes. Plus of course .....a really tasty murder to solve. We guarentee that it will be drop dead fun, and by the end of the evening one (or more) of the suspects, your 'friends' will be caught out as the murderer.

October 1942 You have been invited for dinner at the Offical Residence of the Deputy Major of Casablanca. Morocco is a colony of France governed by the Vincy French regime. The guest of honour was to have been Frances greatest living mime artist. He fails to arrive, He has been murdered.


The Suspects are:

HUGHES LE GRANDEBUTTE - Deputy Mayor of Casablanca.
EDITH LE GRANDEBUTTE - his wife a former dancer.
NICOLE LE GRANDEBUTTE - their daughter.
OTTO VON PINKLEWURST - a Gestapo officer, fanatical and possibly mad.
KIRK RANSOM III - an American who runs Kirk's African Café in downtown Casablanca.
COUNTESS BOGOV - an exiled Russian aristocrat.
MONSIEUR OILY-CARTE - booking agent for Moulin Bleu in Paris.
PIERRE PAYANSKI - a 24 year old half Russian poet.
CHERIE BOOT - a French cabaret singer in her mid 20's.
INGRID PITH - a Danish art dealer.
SEAMUS O' HACK - a dissolute Irish jouranalist.
PIA FEDORA - a Spanish cabaret star.

Contents:

• Party Planner with game rules, recipes, music and decorating tips.
• Character booklets, including their roles, background information and a few tasty secrets.
• A place card for each character.
• Party invitations and envelopes for each character.
• Eight secret clues.
• CD with an introduction, scene setter, summary of events and solution to the crime.

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£13.99

+ Delivery



SUITABLE FOR TEENS TO ADULT. We feel the game contents are suitable for teenagers. Parents should examine the contents for suitability before allowing their children to play this game.

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