Murder Mystery Pasta, Passion & Pistols Game
- Solve the mystery of the murder of rockstar Marco Poloneck
- Set in Soho, London in the swinging sixties
- Each guest is a suspect so it's their job to prove their innocence
- Who will be the murderer at the end of the evening?
- Great dinner party game for 6-8 players
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The busy streets of Soho in 1961, the bright lights, the busy bars, the buzzing music scene it's the perfect place....for murder! Marco Poloneck is one of Britain's biggest rock and roll stars and lives his live to excess and he is the victim of this murder mystery . Poloneck's fame began to spiral downwards at the time of his death, so who could have possibly wanted him dead and why? It's up to you to find out!
- Party Planner with rules, receipts, music and decorating tips
- Character booklets including their roles, background information and a few tasty secrets
- Place cards
- Party invitations with envelopes for each character
- Six secret clues
- CD with introduction, scene setter, summary of events and solution to the crime
- Fabio Cornetto - The proprietor of Mamma's Kitchen, a man about whom rumours have circulated for years, though nothing has ever been proved in a court of law.
- Mamma Cornetto - Fabio Cornetto's widowed mother who set up this cafe fifteen years ago and still rules the roost.
- Talcy Malcy - Marco Poloneck's former manager, he's always prepared to take a short cut through a legal minefield if there's a pot of gold on the other side.
- Clint Westworld - A former Hollywood actor, he has come to England to find fame and fortune, but is currently running the Expresso Bonanza coffee Bar, next door to Mamma's Kitchen.
- Vivienne Westworld - Clint's younger sister, she is an up and coming fashion designer whose name has been linked with both Marco Poloneck and Talcy Malcy.
- Christine Cooler - A model and an actress, though if truth be told, she hasn't found acting roles easy to come by. Or modelling work, come to that.
- John Proforma - A self-made businessman who went into politics, he is now an MP, but still keeps in touch with his roots.
- Bonnie Shott - A jazz trombonist from America who has made Soho her home; she recently set up her own jazz club a few doors down from Mamma's Kitchen.