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Murder on the Orient Express : a Hercule Poirot mystery
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Hercule Poirot (Male), Private investigator, Belgian, Trapped on a train due to a snowstorm; discovers the body of a millionaire
Train travel
Murder investigations
Stabbing deaths
Cold cases
Unsolved murders
Syria - Asia
Time Period
1930s -- 20th century
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One of Agatha Christie's most famous mysteries, Murder on the Orient Express was inspired by two real-life crimes and the author's own experience being stranded on the Orient Express during Christmas of 1931. While traveling to Paris, a wealthy American is stabbed to death in his cabin on the Orient Express. With the train stuck in a snowdrift, there is no easy escape for the killer. Fortunately, detective Hercule Poirot is aboard and launches a clever investigation into the curious assortment of passengers, of whom each seems to have a motive.
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