Miss Marple: Nemesis (1987 TV Movie)
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Miss Marple receives a cryptic letter requesting her to right an unknown injustice, but receives no hint other than a ticket for guided tour of historic homes.
Miss Marple receives a most interesting request from Mr. Jason Rafiel, with whom she'd struck an acquaintance some years before. He would like her to solve a crime but, does not tell her what it might be, who might have been involved or where it might have occurred. In fact, he can't be sure that a crime was committed at all. The only information she gets is a booking on a tour of stately homes and gardens so, along with her nephew and godson Lionel, she sets off to see what she can learn. When they reach the village of Abbey Ducis, it begins to make sense. Not only did Mr. Rafiel live in the area it is also where his son Michael was accused, though never convicted, of murdering his fiancée, Verity Hunt. Father and son were long estranged but Michael lives rough and has so ever since. There is also the apparent coincidence that another young woman, Nora Brent, went missing at the same time as Verity and was last being seen in Michael Rafiel's car. When Elizabeth Temple, a fellow traveler on the tour, is killed Miss Marple has another key piece of information to help solve the puzzle.
Miss Marple's wealthy friend, Mr.Rafiel dies. He has left a clause in his will that if Miss Marple can solve a "certain crime" for him she will receive 20,000 pounds. He also states that the "code word" is Nemesis. Miss Marple could use the money, and therefore accepts. A month passes, and Miss Marple begins to worry. She has no clue what she is to do. That same day, she receives a letter from Mr. Rafiel, postmarked before his death, enclosed is a ticket to a tour of Manor Houses & Gardens. Miss Marple sets out on the tour to solve the mystery, unaware of what crime she is to investigate-but is there any doubt that it is MURDER?
A millionaire's dying wish is for his friend Miss Marple to go on a prearranged guided tour to right an undisclosed past wrong, possibly a murder. She agrees to this enigmatic request and finds that other murders are on the travel itinerary.
Based on the Agatha Christie novel. A letter for Miss Marple from a recently deceased friend (Mr Rafiel - her friend and fellow detective in A Caribbean Mystery) promises a large reward for investigating a crime - without telling her who was involved, or when it happened! When she accepts, she is given a reservation for a coach tour of historic homes and gardens. She has fifteen fellow-passengers - and one of them knows a murderer's secret and someone is preparing to kill...
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