Clue Mystery Puzzle: Framed for Murder - 1995
The Story:

Lost for years, a painting by Henri LeBlanc has been found by Dr. Black to add to his collection. The 19th century artist's haunting self-portrait was painted only hours before he shot himself to death over a thwarted love affair.

Black possesses what his six close friends most desire. To show off his prize, he invites them all to attend the first public unveiling of the painting. But all six believe that Black isn't worthy enough to own it. Which one of them turned Dr. Black into a very still life?
The Suspects:

Professor Peter Plum: When Black didn't unveil the painting in the Professor's art class, did the Professor teach Black a lesson in murder?
Mrs. Elizabeth Peacock: When Black outwitted her beloved late husband Harry for the painting, did she make murder a family affair?
Colonel Mike Mustard: When he failed to get the painting for his club, did Mustard make Black pay his final dues?
Mrs. Blanche White: As the painters last living relative, she cherished his art. Did she give Black the final brush stroke?
Reverend Jonathan Green: Because Black refused to hand over the painting, did the cleric make sure Black said his final amens?
Miss Vivienne Scarlett: Pretty as a picture is she? Could Scarlett be the model for murder?

Read the story, assemble the puzzle, and find the clues to solve a murder. This puzzling new twist on the Clue board game presents a mystery in a short story which can be solved by assembling the 500 piece jigsaw puzzle to reveal the clues as to whodunit!