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In the Hall with the Knife

A Clue Mystery, Book 1
Narrated by: Khristine Hvam
Series: A Clue Mystery, Book 1
Length: 7 hrs and 22 mins
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A murderer could be around every corner in this thrilling YA trilogy based on the board game CLUE!

When a storm strikes at Blackbrook Academy, an elite prep school nestled in the woods of Maine, a motley crew of students - including Beth “Peacock” Picach, Orchid McKee, Vaughn Green, Sam “Mustard” Maestor, Finn Plum, and Scarlet Mistry - are left stranded on campus with their headmaster. Hours later, his body is found in the conservatory and it’s very clear his death was no accident. With this group of students who are all hiding something, nothing is as it seems, and everyone has a motive for murder. Fans of the CLUE board game and cult classic film will delight in Diana Peterfreund’s modern reimagining of the brand, its characters, and the dark, magnificent old mansion with secrets hidden within its walls.

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Start Up the Clue Engine and Let's Crank These Out

I am a big fan of the movie Clue, so seeing this was a joy to my earballs. It was a good level of whodunit mixed with the characters from Clue in a private school in Maine after a storm isolates a handful of classmates and a few adults. Most of the motives were plausible, the ending a little lacking. Altogether, it was good and I look forward to more to come.