Romance writer Lady Cattersley has been snuffed out at Cattersley Manor, but whodunit? Join us to find out whodunit!
Flamboyant, fiery and formidable — Lady Cattersley’s personal chef is dressed to impress in chef’s jacket, checkered trousers and of course, a tallboy hat. Garnish with the hint of a French accent to complement the look.
Calm, measured and law-abiding — Constable Crumbly always wears his police constable’s uniform and is very proud of his highly polished shoes. He’s a stickler for the rules and very fond of biscuits.
Busy, brainy and absent-minded — local GP Doctor Rash always gets dressed in a hurry and consequently ends up wearing mismatched clothing, and not always the right way round, but a stethoscope is always to hand.
Refined, bookish and pretentious — Dusty Tomes wears brown tones to match the covers of the antique books in the library. Small glasses aid a lifetime of reading, and a large library key hangs from a neck chain.
Chirpy, clumsy and scatterbrained — Flicka Broome’s maids uniform of white apron over black dress is frequently dishevelled, her hair is constantly escaping from its bun and her duster is a few feathers short of a plumage.
Puffed up, self-important and blundering — Major Clanger may be retired but his medals aren’t and neither is his impressive moustache. A multi-tool in his pocket and spy camera in his hand completes the look.
Adventurous, energetic and unconventional — Max Cruise eschews the traditional chauffeur’s uniform in favour of a bright Hawaiian shirt and black trousers, whilst his dark glasses show that he has exceptional eyesight in poor lighting conditions.
Traditional, stern and disciplined — Ms Trinian is the epitome of a schoolmarm, always seen wearing a dark coloured suit or dress. Her hair is tightly controlled in a bun and her glasses are perched perfectly on the end of her nose.
Gracious, generous and forgiving — Noah Sinner is a respected figure in the village and wears his vicar’s collar like a badge of honour. A traditionalist at heart, his only concession to fun is a pair of brightly coloured socks.
Intuitive, sensitive and observant — Phyllis Ora is not afraid to lean into the whole ‘fortune teller’ vibe (it’s good for business) and so she wears a headscarf, lots of bangles, dramatic eye shadow and a floaty dress.
Intelligent, eccentric and creative — Professor Pi is a baking genius and so is always seen wearing both an apron and a lab coat. Add a dusting of flour and a clipboard to complete the look.
Spiritual, earthy and wholesome — Rowan likes all things natural, including clothing and shoes, and is either seen walking barefoot or wearing simple sandals. A headband of flowers completes the look.
Elegant, effortless and engaging — Ruby dresses for the red carpet she one day hopes to walk. Her floor-length gown and long satin gloves sparkle with jewels and a bright ruby lipstick matches her name.
Cheerful, competitive and charismatic — Vic Volley may have retired from the professional tennis circuit but that’s no reason to stop wearing tennis whites. A pair of springy trainers and a headband are also essential accessories, even at dinner parties.