In appearance Hercule Poirot hardly resembled an ancient Greek hero. Yet, reasoned the detective, like Hercules, he had been responsible for ridding society of some of its most unpleasant monsters.
So, in the period leading up to his retirement, Poirot makes up his mind to accept just 12 more cases: his self-imposed "Labors". Each would go down in the annals of crime as a heroic feat of deduction.
©1947 Agatha Christie Limited (P)2005 HarperCollins Publishers Ltd
I like classic mysteries.
Hercule Poirot his detailed description of the characters.
Hercule Poirot taking on the task to help those in love part three of his labors.
Hercule Poirot he is my favorite detective.
All twelve main characters within each of the descriptions that Hercule Poirot had about his Labors of Hercules.
Wonderful stories from one of the best mystery writters Agatha Chiristie featuring her great little belgium dectective Pirot. Outstanding narative by Hugh Fraser. Recommend for all mystery lovers. I enjoyed it very much.
it was an enjoyable plot which was read in a clear and calm tone. It was easy to follow and continue even after missing time.
the plot kept the listener involved by the way everything flowed and fit together.
Yes I have listened to Hugh Fraser before. His tone and diction is quite enjoyable.
Poirit because of his simplicity and the way he solves the case at hand.
Yes! If they like mysteries, an Agatha Christie book read by David Suchet or Hugh Fraser is a no-brainer. If you like short stories, this one is for you.
Yes. It is a collection of short stories and each one is excellently done.
His narration is very good and it gives the familiar feel of the episodes because you recognize Hasting and Poirot's voices.
The solution always is great.
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