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A Murder Mystery Puzzle for You to Solve
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Listed below is a set of 16 clues to a murder investigation involving the occupants of five consecutive houses. They are all you need to solve the mystery of "Who Killed Who."

The "Who Killed Who" Murder Mystery Clues:
  1. - The Motivator plays bowls on Saturday.
  2. - When facing the houses, the house with the blue roof is immediately to the right of the house with the grey roof.
  3. - The man in the middle house plays golf twice a week.
  4. - The woman in the house with the blue roof is a hockey player.
  5. - The Scientist lives in the first house, near the cheesecake shop.
  6. - The person who drives a Jaguar lives next to the man with the Dalmatian.
  7. - The person who lives in the house with the red roof drives a Renault.
  8. - The Scientist lives in the house next to the house with the green roof.
  9. - The Accountant's house has a Volkswagen parked in the driveway.
  10. - The man who drives the Lexus owns a Shitzhu.
  11. - The Doctor lives in the house with the brown roof.
  12. - The house with the Renault in the driveway is next to the house next door to where the Doberman lives.
  13. - The murderer's Poodle went missing on Sunday.
  14. - The Lawyer hates dogs but loves cheesecake.
  15. - The man who drives the Porsche is a keen jogger and was seen running past the victim's house just after midnight on Wednesday.
  16. - The victim used to enjoy playing lacrosse on Tuesday evenings.
If you solve the mystery all the clues will fit together like a successful crossword puzzle. If you are having difficulty you can email budo@iinet.net.au for some clues.

Hint: Make a drawing of the five houses.

About the author: Gary Simpson is the author of eight books covering a diverse range of subjects such as self esteem, affirmations, self defense, finance and much more. His articles appear all over the web. Visit his Motivation & Self Esteem for Success website.

Written by: Gary Simpson