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TV Show Review | Agatha Christie’s Poirot

Agatha Christie’s Poirot (PN 1992.8 .D48 P65 2002 pt.1) is a thrilling PBS Mystery series that brings you into the action as the famous Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot, solves murder mystery and crime. Set in the deco elegance of 1930s England, Poirot travels the world in search for the perfect crime to solve. This season includes episodes like the Veiled Lady, and The disappearance of Mr. Davenhiem.

This British mystery drama television series is an excellent murder mystery classic. It brings in humor and unpredictability as it leaves its audience always guessing at what will happen. I enjoyed the time period of the series and how they developed each of the characters. If you like Sherlock homes or the recent film, Murder on the Orient Express, I would definitely recommend this series.

Written by: Mallory Meng

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