Cluedo: Detect-It-Yourself Mysteries, Book One
Published in 1991, this paperback contains six exciting mystery stories presented by the six very colorful characters of the best-selling board game, Clue. The book is 140 pages in length and originally retailed for 2.99 British Pounds. John Broadhead is the author, and Paul Day provided the illustrations.

Over dinner at the large country house of their dearly departed friend, Dr. Black, each guest recalls an enthralling crime story. With clues given in the story and in the illustrations, the reader can play detective, spot clues, and solve the mysteries.
Reverse Cover
Page 10 Illustration

The Chapters:

  • Dinner Party at Tudor Close - The introduction.
  • An Unwelcome Guest - Mrs. Peacock's tale of a Murder-in-the-Dark game that turns real.
  • Treasure at St. Bernard's - Rev. Green's tale of a churchyard treasure thief.
  • Poison-Pen Letters - Mrs. White's story of brotherly blackmail.
  • The Invisible Gunboat - Colonel Mustard's encounter with an invisible gunboat.
  • The Vivientte 'Starlet' Story - Miss Scarlet's star studded story of revenge.
  • The College Ghost - Professor Plum's examination of a college ghost story.
  • A Shock for the Hostess - One last, real mystery for the guests to solve.

    Whodunit?! You decide!