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Picking Up the Pieces of My Sweet Shattered Dream*

World War II ended in 1945. But the world was not magically made right again after the war. There were many scattered pieces, if I may put it that way, to be picked up, and millions of shattered lives to be put back together. 1,427 more words

Agatha Christie

It's Written Down Somewhere, It's Got to Be*

Many crimes have their roots in the past. So it shouldn’t be surprising that archives and records can be very valuable resources for sleuths. Being able to use those records efficiently and make sense of what one finds can make a case an awful lot easier to solve. 1,163 more words

Agatha Christie