You’re invited to Heathcliff Manor, where Lord Heathcliff is hosting a small, intimate dinner party to celebrate his recent marriage. But before anyone can toast his happiness, Lord Heathcliff is killed with the candlestick in the pool room. Join us to solve the murder...
You’re usually seen sporting a little white tennis dress and trainers - unless your dress is in the wash, in which case you opt for leggings, t-shirt and tracksuit jacket. In either case, you’re never without your racquet and a few balls.
Your pinafore and apron are dusted with flour (like the rest of you). You’re always hot and bothered so keep your hair covered and your sleeves rolled - to show off your tattoos!
You’re always dressed in a green shirt and tie, with a tweed jacket, flat cap, and rifle to match. If you’re not wearing a kilt then your britches are tucked into knee socks.
Your uniform consists of a little black dress, white apron and fishnets but sometimes you’re more comfortable in your rags. Either way, you’re never without your feather duster.
You’re dressed to perform in a simple but striking cocktail dress rebelliously paired with leggings and avant-garde footwear. You love to wear musically themed accessories.
Your white coat, stethoscope and pocketful of tongue depressors are all you need to play doctor - oh, as well as an alarming collection of pointy instruments.
With smouldering eyes, red lips, and a dress that looks like it was poured on, you’re always dressed to kill. A stylish clutch purse completes the look.
You wear the formal chauffeur’s uniform of grey suit and cap but have (fuel) injected it with driving gloves, moustache and aviator sunglasses. Plus your lucky fluffy dice.
You’re not in the military any more, but that doesn’t stop you wearing your Army uniform, complete with medals. You always stand to attention with the help of a metal-tipped walking stick.
You thought this was formal, so dressed in a black cocktail dress with glittering necklace and heels. You never go anywhere without your camera, which you use to snap your fellow guests.
When not in disguise, you blend into the crowd with trilby hat, trench coat and moustache. A newspaper and magnifying glass give you something to hide behind if needed.
Your floral dress is lovely, but the wellington boots you wear with it spoil the effect a little. Your wide-brimmed hat keeps the sun out of your eyes while you’re working. Gardening gloves and a basket of flowers complete the look.
Your formal dinner jacket and tie is graced by the rather cumbersome crimson robe with white ermine trim you wear for special occasions. Rather messy grey hair tops your head, while your half-glasses balance precariously on your ruddy nose.
You’re a free spirit in floaty fabrics, adorned with scarves, belts, bangles and big earrings. You’re often seen listening to unseen forces or reading strangers’ palms.
our old-fashioned high-necked black dress is perfect for a woman in your position. You keep your hair neatly tied in a bun but soften the look with an antique locket.
You wear dark-grey trousers with a white shirt, open at the collar and rolled at the sleeves. Add to this a grey waistcoat, unbuttoned of course, a black cap, and a thin, loosely tied scarf around your neck. It gets chilly in the stables!
Tweed jacket, leather elbow pads, glasses and an armful of textbooks show you’ve got your academic on. Brown corduroy trousers and last year’s Christmas jumper complete your look.
You pair the traditional black shirt and dog collar with jeans to show you’re hip and trendy. Your thick woollen cardigan keeps the church draughts out and you always have the Good Book to hand - or at least, a good book.
Your knee-length black skirt, black tights and white blouse give you that ‘officer on the beat’ look, but those shoes don‘t look regulation. You’re happy to demonstrate proper use of the handcuffs and baton that you carry at all times.
Smartly dressed in immaculate suit tails and white gloves, you’re rarely seen without a little silver tray, polishing cloth, and superior sneer.