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Frankenstein is a horror novel written by Janus Mary Shelley. It was said to be the result of a friendly writing contest between her, her boyfriend Percy Shelley, and their friend Lord Byron, but it was actually a hiding place for the Clue Iodine. She wrote it to tell her fellow Janus the Clues she found, presuming they were able to figure it out while the other branches couldn't.