whodunnit


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whodunnit

, whodunit
Informal a novel, play, etc., concerned with a crime, usually murder
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This traditional whodunnit, co-produced by Wales Millennium Centre and Wiltshire Creative, is reimagined to focus on the 'why' as much as the 'who', the inventive staging explores how we try to shape our memories but end up being shaped by them.
But does she know whodunnit? Kirsten sees and knows a lot of things.
It's the ultimate for people who love watching an Agatha Christie and working out whodunnit.
It was on September 8, 1984, that The Journal launched the whodunnit, urging readers to turn detective to win the "fabulous prize."
When a theatre director discovers his wife is murdered during a rehearsal for his latest murder mystery, the race is on to discover whodunnit.
Monkswell Manor is a fusty old house with wood panelling and back stairs and all those trappings that make for a good old whodunnit.
After teasing us with what felt like a real murder mystery, the last episode seemed to take forever before we finally learned whodunnit - and it turned out we'd already guessed whodunnit after all.
Summary: Sherlock actor Benedict Cumberbatch is sowing the seeds of his own whodunnit by suggesting the super-sleuth is about to die.
BDO's Birmingham forensic services team hosted a whodunnit themed dinner for the local legal community at Metro Bar & Grill.
Can you and your fellow guests work out "whodunnit" before the train returns to Loughborough?