Elephants can Remember
Publish date: 1975
Pages no: 160
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Mystery Thriller
, Murder Mystery
Series: Hercule Poirot (#37)
“Elephants can remember, but we are human beings and mercifully human beings can forget.” My first Christie of 2017. It took me a few attempts to get into the story, not because it was difficult to find a way to engage with the plot but purely because I enjoyed re-reading the opening of the story w...
What can I say. This was my favorite Poirot book in some time (the last one being Death on the Nile) and everything worked wonderfully throughout.Mrs. Ariadne Oliver, mystery writer, is approached by an older woman (Mrs. Burton-Cox) at a luncheon about her goddaughter's (Celia Ravenscroft) possible ...
4,5*I bought this book for only €1,- and since most reviews on here weren't too positive, I did not expect much from this story when I started reading it. That said, my low expectations weren't at all needed: I enjoyed this story MUCH more than I thought I would. I did not find this book cheesy at a...
Elephants can Remember is not Agatha Christie's best book. It's a little predictable, the mystery isn't all that difficult to piece together, and the characters aren't particularly interesting.I listened to the audiobook version which was narrated by Hugh Fraser, and he was an excellent narrator. Hi...
bookshelves: published-1972, summer-2010, mystery-thriller Read from July 19 to 20, 2010 The sleuth probes a double suicide from the past - threatening a young couple's future. Stars John Moffatt and Julia McKenzieBroadcast on:BBC Radio 7, 1:00am Monday 19th July 2010Duration:90 minutesAvailable...
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