Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Episode 25:Murder on the Orient Express (Book and Film)

Agatha Christie is the top selling author of all time. Her work was inspired  by Doyle's Sherlock Holmes stories and she invented the Belgian Detective Hercule Poirot, who went on to become her most popular character. She had served in WWI as a nurse and had a famous disappearance that is still a mystery to this day.  The film was released in late 2017 and caused us to try our first mystery story for this podcast, in an effort to be timely.  Obviously that did not work out so well as you can see with this late posting.  Life gets in the way sometime.  Isn't strange how wherever Poirot goes, someone suffers a tragic death......hmmmm.  Join Dave, Mike and Jeff for the discussion.

UP NEXT....READY PLAYER ONE!  Book and film.
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