Wel­come, mes amis,

Crime Scene - - WHODUNIT - EDITOR An­dre Paine

to a spe­cial edi­tion cel­e­brat­ing a Bel­gian de­tec­tive who’s big­ger than ever. While David Suchet may have hung up his mous­tache, Her­cule Poirot is back in So­phie Han­nah’s novel Closed Cas­ket (So­phie writes for us about this brand new case) and Sir Kenneth Branagh’s tak­ing on the role in a Hol­ly­wood movie of Mur­der On The Ori­ent Ex­press. But we haven’t for­got­ten the woman who in­vented Poirot – our fifth edi­tion is also ded­i­cated to the ge­nius of Agatha Christie. Elsewhere in this is­sue we’ve hung out with DCI Banks, cros­sex­am­ined Steven Avery’s lawyer from Mak­ing A Mur­derer and had an en­counter with the chill­ing mafia don from Go­mor­rah. Talk­ing of mon­sters, Crime Scene has a new sis­ter mag­a­zine – Hor­rorville. So the team and I have cho­sen our favourite scary crime thriller char­ac­ter. I’ve gone for Han­ni­bal Lecter, a man who also had a lik­ing for the lit­tle grey cells. En­joy the is­sue!

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