The Displaced Nation:
Making the case that expatriates make good criminals: Agatha Christie thinks so! Consider the suspects in "Murder on the Orient Express":
"It's an odd assortment — call it an expat enclave in microcosm — consisting of an American translator, a British valet, a French conductor, a British governess, a retired British army officer, an elderly Russian noblewoman, a German maid, a Hungarian diplomat and his wife, a Swedish missionary, an elderly American woman who has just been to see her daughter in Baghdad, and an Italian-American businessman from Chicago."
Makes you go hmmmmm.