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I Got the Feeling That Something Ain't Right*

Have you ever seen Alfred Hitchcock’s Rear Window? Even if you haven’t, you probably know the premise: L.B. ‘Jeff’ Jefferies is laid up with a broken leg; to pass the time, he begins to observe what’s going on in the other apartments that face the same courtyard his does. 1,075 more words

Agatha Christie

I Never Claimed to be a Hero, And I Never Said I Was a Saint*

Many crime novels are told from the point of view of the sleuth. The sleuth may or may not be a professional (i.e. police or PI), but in either case, we see the story unfolding from that vantage point. 1,228 more words