He studied composition in Salzburg and Basel, then worked in the travel industry for two years. He lives with his husband in Berlin. Yesterday morning, he was wearing a fitted black suit, blue shirt, beige pocket square, and polka dot socks, and spoke in aristocratic American English that clearly recalled his days studying at Harvard and Yale. Saxophone Muzak sleazed in the background. We went back to the lobby.
Did the Murder on the Orient Express author sprinkle gay subtext in her page-turners or was she as conventional as a Hollywood blockbuster? Graham Kirby investigates. With Murder on the Orient Express opening at cinemas on Friday, admirers will have the first chance in nearly three decades to watch a new film of an Agatha Christie mystery on the silver screen. Few writers so long after their deaths can command a global cinema audience. That is the league Christie plays in.
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