Appearances can be deceiving, and never more so than in the case of Miss Marple, Agatha Christie's spinster sleuth. She may look like a sweet old lady, but her demure hat and sensible tweeds conceal a superior intelligence and steely resolve. And although her eyes twinkle, they don't miss a clue. Julia McKenzie (Cranford) stars as Christie's genteel amateur detective in three mysteries set in 1950s England and the sunny Caribbean. In a Caribbean Mystery, Miss Marple finds there's no vacation from murder. A country home hosts a series of murders in Greenshaw's Folly. In Endless Night, Marple meets a charming young man and learns of a gypsy's curse. Each features splendid scenery, immaculate period detail, and a stellar supporting cast. Familiar faces include Fiona Shaw, Julia Sawalha, Judy Parfitt, Hermione Norris, Oliver Ford Davies, Tamzin Outwaited, Kimberley Nixon, Robert Glenister, and Martin Compston.