My Favorite British Television Sleuths

Some of the best television mystery comes from Great Britain. Perhaps it stems from Agatha Christie, or Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, or maybe Charles Dickens. It might be the genetic influence of William Shakespeare. There have been some wonderful television mysteries, some of which Americans have enjoyed courtesy of viewings on PBS, where many of … More My Favorite British Television Sleuths

Agatha Christie Films

The world’s best and most successful mystery writer: Agatha Christie.  Her largest selling book, And Then There Were None, 2 million copies. Her works have been translated into stage plays, television series and feature films, tantalizing millions of fans. Her first novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles,  was published in 1920, so let’s raise a … More Agatha Christie Films