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Poirot's spirits are broken after an attempt to catch the infamous art thief Marrascaud results in a woman's death and the thefts of a rare painting and jewels. He only returns to work to find a chauffeur's lost love. The investigation takes him to a hotel in the Swiss Alps, which just happens to house a number of people who could be the thief from the first case. -- (C) PBS
Mystery & Suspense
Aug 18, 2014
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