©1920 Agatha Christie; (P)2003 HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, London UK
"Almost too ingenious...very clearly and brightly told." (Times Literary Supplement
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I love christie audiobooks, but have to say this one disappointed. To many clues were only available in the summation. So no chance for the reader to play sleuth effectively
"Not bad, but one of her best"
I enjoyed the book and loved the introduction to Poirot
Reads the book superbly, can't fault his performance
I started reading Agatha Christie over 40 years ago, still enjoy them as much today, particularly in this format.
A classic Agatha Christie novel beautifully narrated by Hugh Fraser. Although I do find Poirot rather insufferable (my problem, I know), the story is engaging and kept me guessing about all the "insignificant" clues. Thoroughly enjoyed listening to it whilst baking!
As with many Christie books, there are so many characters, it is hard to keep track of who is who and who has done what! At least with the TV/Film adaptations there is a face to the name.
This was the 2nd Christie book I had "read" and it may be sacrilege to say, but I found it a little dull and to be fair, if you had all the information on the ‘who-done-it’, it would be easy to detect the killer.
I was disappointed. I was determined to read or listen to all of her books this year as a personal challenge and I have given up after 6 - dare I say it??
Yes - I dare…. They are boring!
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