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‘Monsieur Poirot, somehow or other I’ve just got to get rid of my husband!’ No sooner had she uttered the words than Lady Edgware’s husband was dead, brutally stabbed in the neck. The evidence against her is overwhelming, the case cut and dried. But what was the truth behind it all? What enemies lurked in the background of the victim’s life?

Hercule Poirot is on the case, intrigued once more, ready to investigate murder in the library....

John Moffatt stars as the great Belgian detective in this BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisation.

©1933 Agatha Christie Ltd (P)2010 BBC Audiobooks Ltd

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  • EAlex
  • 26-01-2018

The Most Lively Christie I Have Read

This story gets off to a rousing start and is more animated and better paced than other stories I have read thus far.

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  • l howard
  • 07-03-2017

death of a double

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

the way the characters are portrayed is extraordinary.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Lord Edgware Dies (Dramatised)?

the ending finding out who committed the crime

What about John Moffatt’s performance did you like?

the tone and the pace of the speech is excellent

If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?

double murderer

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  • D. H. Saisa
  • 29-07-2016

Fun story

Where does Lord Edgware Dies (Dramatised) rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far?

I love to listen to dramatised audio books while I drive. I will listen to this as my go to. Mainly cause Hasting is in it. Really wish Dame Agatha had written more with Hastings.

What did you like best about this story?

I moves quickly.

What does John Moffatt bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

I think he is joyful to listen to.

Any additional comments?

For some reason I call this a fun read.

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  • Fav
  • 12-06-2020

Lord Edgeware Dies

John Moffat is the best in doing these stories a high to listen to on talking book

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  • GearMonkey
  • 22-08-2017

Fantastic Twists

I've enjoyed all of the John Moffatt dramatisations, and this one was particularly good. I didn't know the story or the identity of the killer, so this one really kept me on edge.

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  • Highlight
  • 11-05-2016

Too Talky Not Enough Poirot

This radio version is not a good version. Too talky by the protagonist and not enough Hercule Poirot. I adore Poirot and have the full TV and full Audio sets all of which are brilliant fun. The tv version of this is excellent but this audio version is not up to standard.

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