Whosolvedit? Take our famous literary detectives quiz!

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Everyone loves a good mystery. Tantalizing clues, unlikely criminals, clever deduction, and the thrill of the chase all come together to make a truly memorable reading experience. The Monitor offers a twist on the classic whodunit. We'll present you with a case, and you guess the detective who solved it. The game's afoot! Try our literary detective quiz!

By , Monitor contributor

1. A man has been stabbed twelve times on one of the most luxurious train passages in the world! Whosolvedit?

Poirot has a tough case on his hands in "Murder on the Orient Express" (1934) by Agatha Christie. The 1974 movie version of the case is considered to be one of the best mystery novel adaptations of all time.

Poirot has a tough case on his hands in "Murder on the Orient Express" (1934) by Agatha Christie. The 1974 movie version of the case is considered to be one of the best mystery novel adaptations of all time.

Poirot has a tough case on his hands in "Murder on the Orient Express" (1934) by Agatha Christie. The 1974 movie version of the case is considered to be one of the best mystery novel adaptations of all time.

Poirot has a tough case on his hands in "Murder on the Orient Express" (1934) by Agatha Christie. The 1974 movie version of the case is considered to be one of the best mystery novel adaptations of all time.

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Miss Marple

 

Hercule Poirot

 

Dick Tracy

 

Inspector Endeavor Morse

 
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