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"It will be a very acute reader who does not receive a complete surprise at the end." (Times Literary Supplement)
Uni student, Reader, Writer, Crafter, Fangirl.
The way Christie manipulates and uses the tropes of the genre is endlessly fascinating and interesting.
My favourite bit of crime fiction is always the reveal of who and how the crime was committed, this novel is not different.
The ending, I always love the reveal.
Direct Flight to Death!
"Really got us speculating"
My Mum and I listened to this together in a car journey to and from my brother's house. On arrival, half way through, we couldn't stop talking about who we thought had done it and why it couldn't be this person or that. It really made the journey enjoyable.
"Beautiful mix of Murder and Love Story."
Really nice and smooth story. Bodies don't fell down "en mass" but still keeps readers hooked in.
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