A trunk delivered contains a naked corpse and a taunting note. Murdoch races to find the killer before his boss becomes the next victim.
Changed by his war experiences, Zhivago returns home to his wife and family in Moscow, where conditions there are dramatically altered.
November 1903. There's a new face downstairs: a parlor maid with a fictitious past. She calls herself Clemence, but Lady Bellamy calls her Sarah.
After a mysterious hooded figure kills a prominent psychiatric researcher, Murdoch investigates the doctor's former patients.
Poirot is at loose ends until he finds a mystery to solve very close to home.
October 1906. Sir Richard finds a housemaid crying. He offers to help with her secret dilemma, but soon learns he is risking his political career.
After a big win, a boxer goes down, courtesy of a gunshot. A witness finds his wife, standing over the body; Murdoch aims to prove her innocence.
May 1905. Home from abroad to make her society debut, 17-year-old Elizabeth Bellamy shocks the household with her political views and behavior.
Who could have murdered Howard Rookwood? When suspicions fall on employees, Murdoch uncovers another side to the victim's character.
Alone on a holiday in Greece, Poirot cracks a murder case with the help of two capable Brits.
November 1907. In the depths of a breakdown, Mrs. Bridges, the cook, steals a baby. The Bellamys' efforts to help only make matters worse.
Murdoch accompanies his hero to a séance. Did the clues indeed come from the spirit world? Or did the medium have a motive for murder?
Summer 1906. Swept off her feet by Charles Hammond, a handsome, cultured young friend of James, Lady Marjorie falls passionately in love.
When an astronomer is found hanging in a tree, evidence points to one conclusion: Martians. Murdoch searches for more earthly answers.
The murder of a girl leads police to suspect a plot against a visiting prince. Constable Crabtree finds His Highness more than a handful to guard.
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