Read the mystery, assemble 2 puzzles and finally, solve the mystery. Contains two 500 piece puzzles that have been diabolically mixed together in the same bag. No image is available from which to build the puzzle, which makes this for advanced puzzlers only. Assemble the two puzzles that represent "before" and "after" evidence of the crime scene. A is for Arson's mystery...Benji Patel's restaurant lies in ashes, a charred body has been discovered. Was it an accident or something much more sinister? To find out who really dunnit, hold the solution up to the mirror. Give this puzzle for birthdays, housewarmings, holidays, anniversaries, Mothers or Fathers Day, etc. Perfect for those crafty sleuths in your life!
- Alphabet Mystery puzzle game
- Two puzzles and one mystery story booklet included
- Puzzles are 500 pieces each
- Puzzles measure 13 x 10 inches
Based on 2 reviews
This maniacal challenge puzzle kept our family of four entertained over a recent weekend. This is probably the 4th mystery puzzle we've tried, and the first from this series. We were delighted with the difficulty of having TWO puzzles mixed up in the puzzle bag, and the resulting solution was a fun surprise. The authors of the story have a very punny sense of humor. overall, a very fun activity that kept our teens off the screens. We can't wait to try another!
Great puzzling experience! Just finished E is for Espresso and want the whole set now. Reminiscent of Columbo and all the fabulous 80's TV mysteries.
Puzzles were very doable even though challenging. Pieces were all intact with no splitting, peeling, or tearing.