Murder on the Orient Express

Agatha Christie

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Hercule Poirot Brilliant, intuitive detective Governess Investigates murder Investigates murder Suspect Kidnapper and murderer Grandmother Suspect Victim Juror and executioner Suspect Acquaintance Mary Debenham Self-confident governess; has a secret Samuel Ratchett Murderer in disguise; emits a malevolent presence Mrs. Hubbard Brash "American"; British actress Linda Arden in disguise M. Bouc Slow-witted train director; overly concerned with avoiding bad publicity Daisy Armstrong Three-year-old girl kidnapped and murdered by Ratchett
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