A classic from the queen of mystery: Agatha Christie.
©1970 Agatha Christie Limited (P)2003 HarperCollins Publishers Ltd
Read the other reviews. Confusing, boring, total waste of time.
I like her other work. Not this. So, don't bother
A.C. tale is the story of the world today. Destruction of countries around the world. Anarchy and heat destroying with out thought of rebuilding.
I am one of Agatha Christie's biggest fans and have read just about all of her books. Passenger to Frankfurt did not live up to Christie's other novels. I would not recommend this book, as it was slow and fairly boring, and even after listening to it, I'm not really sure what happened because there was so little that actually grabbed my attention. Ending this review on a positive note- Hugh Fraser is one of the best Christie narrators in my opinion and always does a good job even when the content is dry.
I really wouldn't recommend this book to anyone except those of us who are die-hard Agatha Christie fans.
The plot was too loose. She tried to do too much, and she lost something by trying to incorporate more characters than what she needed.
I'm not sure. I really enjoyed listening to him, though.
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