Gobble, Gobble Death & Trouble
Last night, Gordonís restaurant was to have been jam-packed with hungry customers, waiting for the chance to devour his famous main course. Yet, it was not to be. The famished fowl feasters were unexpectedly told the sad news that Gordon was dead, the victim of an unfortunate accident.
For earlier yesterday, while lighting his personal oven - the one only he was allowed to use - an explosion rocked the restaurant, putting an untimely end to the career of the duke of the drumstick. The circumstances were suspiciousenough that authorities investigated and proclaimed the death to be not an accident, but a well-calculated homicide.
Who would have done away with the wizard of the white meat with Thanksgiving in the air? And what of the secret recipe? Was it written down and stored in a safe spot, or would it vanish from the earth forever? Would "The Golden Gobbler" remain at the top of the restaurant heap or would Gordonís death signal the end of a legendary gastronomic treat? Only sound logic and expert sleuthing skills would solve the case and ensure that no clues would be left over.
Author of "The
Tantamount Turkey Cookbook"
Owner of Mayflower
In the 8-Suspect Version:
Hank Harvester - Turkey farmer
He used to raise chickens, but recently switched to turkeys.
Lily de Valle - Florist
She supplies "The Golden Gobbler" with floral arrangements for its tables.
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