A Girl and a Boy from Osaka: A Review of Higashino Keigo’s Under the Midnight Sun

I am a new initiate into the fandom of Higashino Keigo and Under the Midnight Sun (the US publisher dropped the “Journey” from the title) is the second of his books I have the opportunity to read—my first being, unsurprisingly, The Devotion of Suspect X. I did not like it as much as I didContinue reading “A Girl and a Boy from Osaka: A Review of Higashino Keigo’s Under the Midnight Sun”

The Secret History of Hercule Poirot: A TV Review of The ABC Murders

I just watch the 3-part miniseries adapting one of my favourite Poirot novels: The ABC Murders. It stars the unlikely John Malkovich as Hercule Poirot—a casting stunt comparable to having Heath Ledger play the Joker in The Dark Knight. There are usually changes one makes when a book is adapted for the screen, and screenwritersContinue reading “The Secret History of Hercule Poirot: A TV Review of The ABC Murders”

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