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 Category:  Humor Fiction
  Posted: July 6, 2020      Views: 156

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Warning: The author has noted that this contains the highest level of violence.
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Murder solved
"Clue" by Sally Law













A crime had been committed in the grand Victorian house. I was certain I'd seen the murderer, coming from the conservatory with a rope. Of course, the professor laid the blame on me. 

"Don't get your feathers ruffled, Mrs. Peacock. I saw you in the hall with the candlestick!"

"That wasn't me, you fool. It was Colonel Mustard!"

"Oops," said Plum. "I must've dropped my glasses when I was looping the rope over the beam."


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Based on the famous board game, Clue, and its characters. Turn the volume up for these night sounds. Spooky good.



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