In the wake of another murder, Poirot and Crome begin to narrow in on the killer.
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In this version of the Agatha Christie story, the killer "ABC" murders more people than in the original novel. Furthermore, the fourth murder is said to be an accident, with another person intended to be the victim, but in the novel it is deliberate. See more
When Poirot is in Crome's office discussing the murders, a railway map of Great Britain is seen in the background. The style, use of colour and typography of this map look like those of a British Rail map, maybe from the 1950s, long after 1933 when the story is set. See more
The dark, the light, the hunter, the hunted. Two hearts beating the same hot blood. You and your strange enchantments, Hercule. You didn't know the knife you were sharpening.
Piano Trio in E-Flat
Written by Leonard Rosenman and Franz Schubert See more