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How to host a murder : maiming of the shrew.

Author: Anne L Johnson; Robert R Johnson; Neal Shusterman; Decipher, Inc.
Publisher: Norfolk, Va. : Decipher, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Game : Game   Visual material : English
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"It is the Twelfth Night of Christmas, and you've been invited by the renowned playwright William Sheepsheare and his beloved Lady Katheter DeVane to dine like kings and queens (which some of you are) at the Glib Theatre. But, when you arrive, there is nothing but blood stains upon the stage. Suddenly, your host struts out onto the stage and addresses his eight honored guests in a most mournful tone lamenting the  Read more...
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Material Type: Game
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Anne L Johnson; Robert R Johnson; Neal Shusterman; Decipher, Inc.
ISBN: 1582366101 9781582366104
OCLC Number: 49544292
Notes: Created by Anne L. and Robert R. Johnson; episode written by Neal Shusterman.
"A murder mystery game"--Container.
"Episode number 14; item no. 610"--Container.
Game is designed for 8 adult players.
Description: 1 game (1 host's guide, 1 sound cassette, 1 diagram of the murder scene, 8 guest invitations and envelopes, 8 player clue manuals, 1 secret clues manual with 1 official report, 8 name tags, dinner and costume suggestions) ; in box, 25 x 33 x 8 cm.
Other Titles: Maiming of the shrew

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"It is the Twelfth Night of Christmas, and you've been invited by the renowned playwright William Sheepsheare and his beloved Lady Katheter DeVane to dine like kings and queens (which some of you are) at the Glib Theatre. But, when you arrive, there is nothing but blood stains upon the stage. Suddenly, your host struts out onto the stage and addresses his eight honored guests in a most mournful tone lamenting the tragic slaying of his love. As you assume the role of one of these colorful characters and solve the mystery, you and your seven dinner guests will enjoy hours of suspense and intrigue. All you need is a sense of humor and a light-hearted approach toward deceit, larceny, sex, drugs, and murder"--Container.

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