Murder on the Orient Express

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Murder on the Orient Express (1934) novel by Agatha Christie (1890-1976).

Hercule Poirot, the famous fictional Belgian detective is called on to solve a murder that occurred in the train the night before:

Not far from Belgrade, the luxurious Paris-Constantinople train, the Orient Express, is halted by a snow storm. An American millionaire is found dead in his compartment. The door is locked; the window is open. There are no tracks in the snow. The murderer must still be on the train. Hercule Poirot studies his fellow passengers. Is the criminal a Russian princess, a distinguished Hungarian, an English colonel, or even the company director, worried about a scan... [1]

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