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Board games for writers

From bawdy Shakespearean humor to vocabulary boosters, these five games are designed with the bookish in mind.

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Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective

Sherlock Holmes Consulting Detective

Strap on your deerstalker, grab a magnifying glass, and get ready to tap into your inner Arthur Conan Doyle in this mystery game set in Victorian London. The game is unique in that there’s no board; rather, sleuths read clues, interview witnesses, and track suspects via a written casebook of vignettes.

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