This seems like such great fun for the whole family to work on over the holidays - with a nod and thanks to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
READ about the reclusive Dr. Roylott and the mysterious death of his stepdaughter at Stokes Moran Manor House. ASSEMBLE the 1,000 piece puzzle and discover the hidden clues throughout. (note: the puzzle is different from the box cover.) SOLVE the mystery by piecing together clues from both the story and the puzzle. Now, Go To It.
We have two other captivating Murder Mystery jigsaw puzzles, Murder on the Rocks and A Taxing Murder. Each delivers the same delightful challenge for the entire family as our Sherlock Holmes puzzle. The object is to complete the puzzle to gather the clues that are needed to solve the mystery. Great fun for all fans of challenging jigsaws, as well as whodunits.
Murder on the Rocks involves an ill-fated weekend climbing party and the tragic circumstances that unfold when one member "drops out". Match wits with amateur sleuth Professor Thomas Ponder as he races to solve the crime before he too goes "over the edge".
A Taxing Murder is great fun - with a hidden visual twist in the puzzle! April 15th is fast approaching when Louis Quick, tax accountant extraordinaire, is stabbed in the back and left for dead by an enraged client. Desperately clinging to life, Quick survives just long enough to leave clever clues behind which could reveal the identity of his murderer. Solve the puzzle to "audit" these clues and make the culprit pay a just "penalty".