Destination Unknown (Signature Editions)
Publish date: 2003-04-07
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Mystery Thriller
I liked this one less than I liked They Came To Baghdad, but much more than I liked A Passenger to Frankfurt. It's still a late Agatha thriller, which means that it has problems, but it wasn't awful. "Peters said gloomily: “I suppose it always comes to the same thing in the end. A madman who belie...
Well, this is an odd book, one of her last, I think. It suggests both an elitism and a sexism, and a cold war paranoia that seem so foreign to a modern reader.