A friendly round of "the murder game" turns deadly when real shots are fired and one of the guests ends up dead on the floor. Miss Marple wants to play a new game. It's called whodunit.
Two lovers stationed at a remote base in the asteroid fields of Saturn are intruded upon a rentive technocrat from Earth and his charge: a malevolent 8-ft Robot.
The story revolves around the Joker's sidekick Harley Quinn. She was once psychiatrist Dr. Harleen Quinzel, but fell head over heels in love with the maniacal Joker. She develops an obsession with him, and turns to crime to win his love. Quinn decides that the way to make the Joker love her is to kill Batman. (from Wikipedia)
Women are being murdered all over the Twin Cities. At each crime scene a note is found with one of the killer's rules: "Never kill anyone you know." "Never touch a weapon after it has been used." He calls himself the Maddog. But on his trail is Lucas Davenport, a cop who doesn't play by the usual rule book. One brave woman has fought the Maddog off--can she help Lucas find him, or will the Maddog find her and finish the job.
Jacqueline Du Belfort, the illegitimate daughter of a Rochdale-born parlour maid and a French count, falls in love with Simon Doyle, who also hails from Rochdale, the poorly paid assistant of a real estate tycoon. When Simon loses his job as a result of asking for a raise to pay for his wedding, Jacqueline has no choice but to ask her best friend at boarding school, the American heiress Linnet Ridgeway to give him gainful employment. Seven months later, Linnet is on her honeymoon with her husband - Simon Doyle!! A vengeful Miss Du Bellfort has been tailing the two ...
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