This is a classic mystery with clear clues along the way leading to a conclusion that you might reasonably be able to figure out before you get to the final paragraph. For example, I thought in the early paragraphs that a physical characteristic of a central character was likely an important clue. Unfortunately, I set that aside and didn't use it appropriately - thus missed getting the answer until the author revealed it. I enjoyed the book but would not place it on my list of favorites.
No - not that I recall.
This is, of course, a great classic, and the reading is fine but not outstanding. The topic is even more relevant today than when it was written. It is an old recording, however, and not up to the standards of more recent times.
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