After another death in the house the children recall Rachel's cruel treatment of them and housekeeper Kirsten as well as her discovery of then husband's affair with Gwenda. In fact every single one of them had cause to be rid of Rachel but only one of them killed her and is punished by the others for letting Jack take the blame.
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Morven Christie said, "I think what makes Agatha Christie stories timeless is that they are filled with intrigue. The characters are really rich, and they are quite complex stories. People love answering questions when they are watching dramas, and I think she was a master at that. That's why they endure." See more
[Hester is playing the piano rather hesitantly, with a book balanced on her head to improve her deportment. Rachel breezes in
If you're going to be mediocre, Hester, at least look pretty. Slouching is ugly. Sit up!
Anything I Dream Is Possible
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