Belgian detective Hercule Poirot investigates the murder of a mysterious businessman during a luxurious train ride.
Jane Marple solves the mystery when a local woman is poisoned and a visiting movie star seems to have been the intended victim.
Early one morning, Colonel Bantry and his wife Dolly discover the dead body of a blonde girl named Ruby Bartlett in their library. Puzzled as to how it got there, they call the police. The investigation soon reveals that she was about to be adopted by a crippled millionaire Conway Jefferson. Elsewhere, a fifteen year-old girl Pamela Reeves goes missing. Dolly's friend, Miss Marple, believes that the the disappearance of the Reeves girl and the murder of Ruby Bartlett are connected and sets herself the challenge of finding out what links these two events.
It is twelve years since the end of the Second World War. Gerry Burton, an embittered 27-year-old failed writer, from Rochdale in the North West district of England, attempts to commit suicide by deliberately riding his motorcycle into a ravine, but he survives. His sister, Joanne Aylesbury, who he hasn't seen him since she went off to London to live with her mother after their parents divorced, takes it upon herself to help Gerry to recouperate and she rents a cottage in Lymstock, an apparently tranquil village. However, a rash of poison pen letters have stirred things up. Once friendly ...
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.
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