Agatha Christie

Why we’re still fascinated by the works of Agatha Christie

Agatha Christie’s detective classic Death on the Nile was first published in 1937 – a date that’s now 85 years in the past, before the start of World War II, even. I’m sure you could find plenty of works from that same time period that now feel dated and have

Throwback review: ‘And Then There Were None’ (2015 BBC miniseries)

Agatha Christie’s And Then There Were None is arguably the most famous mystery novel of all time, selling over 100 million copies since its initial publication in 1939. It’s been adapted countless times over the years in many formats, including film, radio, and the stage. Miraculously, I’ve somehow managed to

Movie review: ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ a star-studded whodunit

A group of strangers board the luxurious Orient Express for what appears to be an uneventful train ride to Istanbul. Then, a storm creates an avalanche that traps all these passengers in the mountains. In the middle of the night one of these passengers is murdered. With the train stuck

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