First there was the mystery of the film star and the diamond...then came the "suicide" that was murder...the mystery of the absurdly cheap flat...a suspicious death in a locked gun room...a million-dollar bond robbery...the curse of a pharaoh's tomb...a jewel robbery by the sea...the abduction of a prime minister...the disappearance of a banker...a phone call from a dying man...and finally, the mystery of the missing will.
What links these fascinating cases? Only the brilliant deductive powers of Hercule Poirot!
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Poirot, like Sherlock Holmes, is at his best in short stories, and this is a collection of mostly clever ones. Agatha Christie has a tendency to cheat sometimes, and Poirot's deductions are sometimes little more than guesswork, but that's a lot more forgivable in a short story than a full-length novel. It happens in some of these stories, but they're good enough to survive it.
Also, David Suchet pretty much is the voice of Poirot now. He does it well here.
There is only one character that matters here.
Yes I would. Its very relaxing to listen too and the story itself is excellent.
Hercule Poirot. Other than being a great detective, he is also a wonderful person.
He brings not only his voice, but he also tones in his voice that you wouldn't get by just reading the book.
Oh definitely yes.
The narration was amazing ... Felt like I was "watching" the BBC show!
Loved it until the 14th chapter "the Veiled Lady" the narration sounded all the same--what happened to Hastings and Poirot's voice??? It all sounded the same! Annoying! Did anyone else notice this?
Poirot, of course.
I always enjoy a good mystery and Dame Agatha Christie is one of the best.
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