|Appearances||Layton Brothers: Mystery Room|
|Relations||Dwight Dread (Idol)|
Anice Brewer is a tea lady at a radio station cafeteria in Layton Brothers: Mystery Room. Initially she appears as a suspect in the case File No. 005: The DJ's Swansong, where a radio presenter was murdered during a show, however soon enough she is also found dead in the station's store room next to the studio.
Anice Brewer wears a green dress with a white apron tied around the waist. The collar and end of the dress's sleeves are also white, and she also wears round glasses and her brown hair in pigtails.
005 - The DJ's Swansong:
On the day of her murder, Brewer was approached by Mike de Bonair about a prank that Dwight Dread had been planning to pull while on air. Knowing that Dread was her idol, she accepted being part of the prank.
Before going on air, she brought in the cups of tea for Dread and his guest, Dolly Hollerday, with Dread's cup later being laced with a deadly poison, courtesy of de Bonair. She was then instructed to wait in the radio station's store room, where she would write a bogus song request for Dread and send through the fax machine. After Dread takes a bite of one of Hollerday's macaroons, he pretends to choke and die as a result. While the radio station cuts to a break, Brewer hears an advertisement for a sale at Farrod's, and notes it down on her hand.
Soon after, de Bonair meets with Brewer again in the store room, handing her a cup of coffee laced with the same poison in Dread's tea, which was the result of his real death. He also places a perfume bottle with the poison in her hand, and after taking a sip of the coffee, she realizes the poison is in her drink. Mustering up her remaining strength, she throws the perfume bottle at the wall in an attempt to leave a dying message.
A radio station tea lady now missing
"A part-time employee at the radio station cafeteria who hasn't been seen since taking an order of drinks into the studio where the incident occurred."
A tea lady who died in the store room
"A part-time employee at the radio station cafeteria, and a huge fan of DJ Dee Dee's captivating voice."