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"The finest murder story of her career... Mrs Christie has never been more ingenious." (Daily Mail)
Uni student, Reader, Writer, Crafter, Fangirl.
Hugh Fraser returns as a fantastic and engaging narrator for one of Christie's most underrated novels. An exciting study in psychology, personalities and reason. This is also the first Poirot novel that contains Ariadne Oliver, one of my favourite reoccurring characters. I would highly recommend this novel as it shows Agatha Christie at her best and keeps you in suspense until the very last minutes.
"One of the best Poirot stories."
Really great performance. I think this story is a perfect Poirot mystery. It can be thought of a pure psychological mystery where solid evidence is lacking. The superb performance matchs the story.
"Cards on the Table"
An easy to listen to audio book, with all that you'd expect from Agatha Christie.
Four sleuths & four murderers and one host. At the end of the night one is DEAD.....
"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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