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Informal a novel, play, etc., concerned with a crime, usually murder
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Johnny, 46, adds: "If the script read-through is anything to go by, this is not only going to be immense fun to film but a treat for comedy lovers and whodunits alike.
In playwright Alex Ragougneau's The Madonna of Notre Dame, an egregious murder leads to a compelling whodunit.
And, even when we do eventually find out whodunit, it's very clear to see that there are other people involved who might not have even been in the same city when the fatal blow was dealt, but who certainly bear their own share of the guilt.
WHEN it comes to whodunits, I must confess to not being a huge fan, but the brilliance of Agatha Christie is that she weaves plots of intricate subtlety that leave you scratching your head for 95% of the time.
Detective Catherine McLeod was always taught that in Glasgow, they don't do whodunit.
The noir film, which had a gripping plot and was a complete thriller in the whodunit genre, bought accolades for Abhay and the film's director Navdeep Singh.
Murder Myster y is a whodunit about bickering honeymooners from New Yor k 's Br o ok l y n who unwittingly become fugitives in Europe after they witness a murder.
Curtains" aspires to be both a musical and a whodunit.
Other highlights of the second annual literary festival, organised by Wirral Libraries, include The Life And Times Of Agatha Christie, crime writers Matthew Booth and David Stuart Davies' take on the queen of the whodunit genre.
King fo the Holly Hop" is a fresh and original mystery, highly recommended to those looking for a classic whodunit with new ideas.
The Story of the Little Mole Who Went in Search of Whodunit