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The writing field is cluttered with hundreds of mysteries that are not very impressive in content or style. There is a real market for well-researched suspense and mystery that grabs the reader’s attention and feels real. It keeps the reader engages while putting the brain to work – the little grey cells that M. Hercule Poirot referenced in each of his cases. Caleb Carr does just this in his The Alienist series and in his Sherlock Holmes pastiche, The Italian Secretary.

Anyone that can produce stories with similar foundation and style has a good chance of earning a lucrative living in writing and screen play production. Anyone that can create a character and set of stories anything like Dame Agatha Christie’s Hercule Poirot cases might do the same. We need more of them. Read about it and see where you can see full episodes of Poirot online —

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