Murder on the Orient Express, by Agatha Christie

Just after midnight, somewhere in the Balkans, the Orient Express is stopped in its tracks by a massive snowdrift. This famous train is unusually busy for the time of year, but by morning there will be one less passenger. A man is found dead in his compartment, stabbed twelve times in the chest. And his door was locked from the inside!
Luckily Detective Hercule Poirot happened to be travelling on the train, and must now put his remarkable talents to the test. Undoubtedly, the murderer was among the passengers and with the snow preventing any escape, they are certainly still in their midst. The remaining passengers present a real puzzle to Poirot, with many different nationalities, backgrounds and stories. Can he sort out the liars and identify the murderer before he or she strikes again? Read More ยป

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The Blackhouse, by Peter May

A murder. A secret. A trap.
A brutal murder is committed on the remote Isle of Lewis, in Scotland, and Detective Fin Macleod from Edinburgh is called in to investigate, as this case is similar to another he worked on in the past. Detective Macleod is also a native of Lewis and once knew the victim very well.
To solve the case, Detective Macleod must come face to face with people he has not seen for many years and confront his dark past on the island. Read More ยป

The Blackhouse, by Peter May

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