This was followed by the grisly discovery of two more bodies, a husband and wife, shot dead. But who had killed whom? Was it a suicide pact? A crime of passion? Or cold-blooded murder?
Poirot delves back into a crime committed 15 years earlier and discovers that, when there is a distinct lack of physical evidence, it's just as well that "old sins leave long shadows".
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"The acknowledged queen of detective fiction." (The Observer)
"Splendid...she tells us all we want to know and nothing that is irrelevant." (The Times)
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"Not Christie's best work"
Classic Christie mystery
It might be because I've read so many of Christie's mysteries before but I found this story slightly predictable.
Awesome story, first class narration, characters beautifully described and performed. Love High Fraser- the very finest Agatha Christie narrator.
I listened with my husband and 12 year old son (and dog- story has dog interest too) we all were held by the story until the exciting end!
I enjoyed listening to this typical Christie plot with twists and turns galore. It focuses quite a bit on Ariadne Oliver before Poirot gets involved but is well read by Hugh Frazer
"Elephant's can remember "
At the age of 11 Ceila was sent to Switzerland, to go school, she's then told her parents have been found dead, a pistol between them, everyone believes that it's suicide pack, until she decides to get married, and her mother in law starts poking around but why????????
"agatha christie 5th best work and the worlds 5th!!"
yes by a bit
mis Oliver because she is bait smart
grate love it
the suicide plan
"Avoid the later Christie novels"
I've really enjoyed Hugh Fraser's other readings of Christie's novels, and, whilst Fraser is as good as ever, sadly Christie herself just isn't up to scratch here.
First published in the 1970s, Elephants Can Remember doesn't come close to the Poirot novels of forty years before. I couldn't even listen to it all the way through, it was so dull. Best avoided I think, and better to try another Poirot story instead.
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