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First, Miss Marple must unravel the predicament of a young woman who has inexplicable nightmares about a murder she feels she could never have seen, in "Sleeping Murder" (2005). With Sophia Mules, Julian Wadham. Next, detecting duo Tommy and Tuppence Beresford comes to Miss Marple for help investigating the weird goings-on at a nursing ... more
First, in "Towards Zero" (2006), the sublime sleuth visits an old friend and soon finds herself investigating a string of bizarre murders. Julian Sands, Saffron Burrows, Tom Baker co-star. Next, a rich man tasks her to solve a killing that may not have happened yet, in "Nemesis" (2007). With Laura Michelle Kelly, Richard E. Grant. Then, ... more
Julia McKenzie takes over the role of Miss Marple in this series of PBS mysteries. First, a ruthless and wealthy businessman is found poisoned, and the only clues are "A Pocketful of Rye" (2008) and a connection to the nursery rhyme "Sing a Song of Sixpence." Matthew MacFadyen, Rupert Graves co-star. An elderly woman dies in a tragic ... more
When Colonel Bantry and his wife find a dead woman in their home, it's up to Miss Marple to learn the identity of "The Body in the Library" (2004), with James Fox and Joanna Lumley. Next, "Murder at the Vicarage" (2004) was of one of St. Mary Mead's less popular residents, but that won't stop Miss Marple from solving the case. Derek ... more
The indomitable Miss Marple (Julia McKenzie) investigates the chilling murder of a priest who has just heard the confession of a dying woman. How do these elements tie into an inn that is apparently presided over by three witches? Mystery buffs, put on your thinking caps--Agatha Christie's beloved heroine is back on the case! Nicholas ... more
Miss Marple (Julia McKenzie) solves three baffling mysteries with her customary charm in this new series of thrillers from the Agatha Christie library. First, recovering from a twisted ankle in a countryside village, Marple looks into what could be the accidental murder of a film actress's fan, in "The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side" ... more
First, a retired Army colonel is the suspect when a body is found in his home, and Miss Marple must prove his innocence and catch the real killer in "The Body in the Library" (1984); then what starts out as a parlor game of "murder" becomes a deadly reality, and Miss Marple must find out which player isn't playing in "A Murder Is Announced" ... more