Agatha Christie: Mystery Lover’s Collection

July 7, 2013 - Comment

Five classics from the Queen of Crime The Secret Adversary — United by their love of adventure — not to mention their romantic attraction — Tommy Beresford (James Warwick, Lillie) and Tuppence Cowley (Francesca Annis, Madame Bovary) search for a top-secret document lifted from the Lusitania. The Affair of the Pink Pearl — In a

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Five classics from the Queen of Crime

The Secret Adversary — United by their love of adventure — not to mention their romantic attraction — Tommy Beresford (James Warwick, Lillie) and Tuppence Cowley (Francesca Annis, Madame Bovary) search for a top-secret document lifted from the Lusitania.

The Affair of the Pink Pearl — In a second romantic mystery set during the Roaring Twenties, Tommy and Tuppence start up their own detective agency and take on their first professional case: the theft of a valuable gem.

The Body in the Library — Miss Marple (Geraldine McEwan, The Magdalene Sisters) investigates the death of a glamorous young woman whose body turns up in the unlikeliest place.

The Mysterious Affair at Styles — Hercule Poirot (David Suchet) comes to the aid of an old friend, a recovering war veteran who encounters an apparent murder at the remote English estate of Styles St. Mary.

The Pale Horse — In swinging ’60s England, sculptor Mark Easterbrook (Colin Buchanan, Dalziel and Pascoe) tries to clear himself of a murder that he didn’t commit. With two lovely women as allies (Jayne Ashbourne, New Street Law, and Hermione Norris, Cold Feet), he uncovers a conspiracy that seems to involve black magic.

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E. A Solinas "ea_solinas" says:

The Dame’s work No introduction is really needed for Agatha Christie, one of the most popular mystery writers since…. well, since ever. Sorry, Mr. Doyle.And the “Agatha Christie: Mystery Lover’s Collection” is a pretty good sampling of Dame Agatha’s adapted work over the years — a Poirot, a Miss Marple, two Tommy and Tuppence stories, and the standalone mystery “The Pale Horse.” Although the last one is a rather lackluster affair, the others are all worth the price — lots of retro glamour,…

Stephanie DePue says:

Somebody You Know Will Be Very Pleased When It Arrives “Agatha Christie: Mystery Lover’s Collection,” a box set consisting of four DVD’s, and five classic British mysteries from the Queen of Crime, Agatha Christie, most popular mystery writer of them all, reaches us in time to be a welcome gift for her fans. The set includes a mystery from each of three heavily-watched, bestselling television series, made by Granada for Britain’s ITV, independent, privately-owned television stations: “Poirot,” “Marple,” and “Tommy & Tuppence,” as well as a new…

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