Agatha Christie was one of the most famous crime and mystery novelist, who gained most recognition for her characters of Hercule Poirot and Miss Marple, but many of her works were adapted into films, TV series and even computer games. Murder on the Orient Express was one of the best, or at least most remembered, novels that really stood out among the mystery stories.
Alfred Hitchcock created some of the most memorable movies of his era - Psycho, Rear Window, North by Northwest, The Birds - but his career started in 1920s with silent movies and short stories. He made The Lady Vanishes in 1938, but already he had his own style and original approach to the material.
British historian Fluke Kelso takes part in international conference in Moscow, where he openly cites the truth about Joseph Stalin and how he caused death of many Soviet citizens during his reign during the World War 2 and especially after the war when he began the terror. Organization Aurora protests during and after Kelso’s lecture, but old man, Papu Rapava, is different. He criticizes Kelso, but also hints he wants to share a truth with him.
Black Death wiped out about half of population in medieval Europe and at the same time make the survivors immune to the look of dead bodies laying around the streets. One of such bodies, a young boy found in the woods, caused a lot of tension in small town somewhere in England, but to reveal the story it took a troupe of actors that accidentally arrived to the town.
Mystery Blog - what can be better than a great mystery? The great mysteries that can't be solved are keeping alive in the minds of people - Jack the Ripper, Black Dahlia, Rosewell incident - who hasn't heard of them or even took time to find the missing pieces? Often it's not important to find the solution to mystery, it's the mystery itself is important, because it leaves all the options possible.
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