©1936 Agatha Christie Mallowan; (P)2003 HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, London UK
"The finest murder story of her career...Mrs Christie has never been more ingenious." (Daily Mail)
"Another good one!"
Enjoyed the story - as always. I think Hugh Fraser is a fantastic narrator. One day I'll guess whodunnit without suspecting every character in turn...!
"Cards on the Table"
Poirot bumps into an fellow admirer, of fine art, they decide to hold a dinner party, he whispers you can see my exhibits, the murderers, who got away with murder, Poriot, is intrigued, and agrees to go on arrival there are 4 people who deals with crime and 4 people who are the exhibits, they eat, then bridge, is set up for them to play 4 exhibits, in one room, the others in another then it's time to say goodnight but.......
"Another cracking story"
Agatha Christie again has the listener wondering who has done the deed. The return of a number of characters, such as the wonderful Mrs Oliver and Superintendent Battle to accompany Hercule Poiret on his quest for the truth, plus the usual twists and turns of plot. An enjoyable story, once again brought to life by the narrator.
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