©1957 Agatha Christie Limited; (P)1994 Original Sound Recording owned by EMI Records Ltd trading as Music for Pleasure. This edition published by HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, London, UK 1999
"The acknowledged queen of detective fiction." (Observer)
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"4.50 From Paddington "
Expertly narrated by Joan Hickson such a shame that we aren't going to be able to hear her again.
Excellent storyline with lots of twists and turns.
I would never have guessed who the murderer was but it was an intriguing audio book.
"More enjoyable than the tv version"
It's not one of the best Agatha Christie but still a very enjoyable listen plenty of murders and twists and romance.
"Miss Marple, but not much of her!"
Miss Marple is a recurrent character through the book but the main character is actually her friend Lucy. The story is classic Agatha Christie, and gets straight down to it, with a murder in the first few minutes. Rather a slow middle but picks up again towards the end and was very enjoyable. Lovely narration by Joan Hickson too
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