As the nights grow longer and colder, consider checking out a cozy mystery movie or two from Troy Library's DVD collections. You may wish to delve into the many Agatha Christie titles which have been filmed for the movies and television. For slightly grittier fare, try Ruth Rendell mysteries, or the works of Elizabeth George's Inspector Lynley and Ngaio Marsh's Roderick Alleyn.
Maureen Jennings provides a Canadian twist with the Murdoch Mysteries, set in Toronto during the 1890s. They provide fun puzzles and feature real-life figures such as Arthur Conan Doyle, Thomas Edison, and Henry Ford. Finally, try a few selections from some other classic cozy mystery series.
Most of these titles are located in the DVD TV section of Adult Information Services and may be borrowed for 14 days. Those that were made into feature films will be in the DVD Arts section and go out for seven days. All of these titles may be renewed, as long as no one is on a waiting list for them.
Stop by the media section of the Library soon to review these classic DVD mysteries and make your selections for some mystery movie enjoyment.