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Starring Julia McKenzie in three new thrilling mysteries
As seen on the PBS Mystery! series
Eyes sparkling and tweeds impeccable, Julia McKenzie (Cranford, Notes on a Scandal) returns as Agatha Christie’s spinster sleuth in three new mysteries set in 1950s England. Murder is afoot, and Miss Marple is up to the task of determining whodunit. She may look like a pensioner, but she doesn’t miss a clue on the way to solving heinous crimes, whether the weapon is a gun, a cocktail, or the color blue. Each story unfolds against a rich background of grand English estates, gorgeous scenery, and post-WWII period detail.
Julia McKenzie proves “delightful to watch” (Los Angeles Times), and she’s supported by a stellar cast of veteran British actors including Lindsay Duncan, Joanna Lumley, Hugh Bonneville, Edward Fox, Caroline Quentin, Jonas Armstrong, Sharon Small, Kevin McNally, and Toby Stephens.
The Mirror Crack’d from Side to Side
The Secret of Chimneys
The Blue Geranium
Agatha Christie’s Garden: Pam Ferris (Rosemary & Thyme) presents this revealing documentary about Agatha Christie’s personal retreat, her secret garden in Devon.
Julia McKenzie plays Miss Marple with more kindness and positive curiosity than I envision in the character when I read the books. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Tim Parker
Ick! A charming and very romantic, funny little book (w/o Miss Marple) written just after WW One! is re-written to take place in the 50s as a gloomy tragedy, and bears absolutely... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Fozzetti
Not so horrible that I wouldn't want to watch it, but I really didn't enjoy this either. With the exception of The Mirror Crack'd from Side to Side, none of these started as Miss... Read morePublished 2 months ago by R. Hauswirth