Funerals Are Fatal
Publish date: June 1954
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 213
Edition language: English
Series: Hercule Poirot (#29)
This is the third Agatha Christie novel I’ve read, and I’ve definitely passed the threshold from wary curiosity to fandom. The first two (And Then There Were None; Orient Express) were so famous that even a detective mystery averse reader like me knew of them, but I’d never heard of this one. It was...
Should murder make sense? Mr Entwhistle wondered. Academically the answer was yes. But many pointless crimes were on record. It depended, Mr Entwhistle reflected, on the mentality of the murderer. This was my first time reading After the Funeral, but, of course, it is the story that is loosely used...
Hercule Poirot, my favorite! No words need
Only read this book if you want to read all of the Poirot books. Otherwise skip it. Seriously.Some of the most despicable characters and an ending that had to be the dumbest one yet for a Christie novel.Once again we have very little Poirot to start with. This book starts at the reading of the will ...
I figured this book out and as I was patting myself on the back and high-fiving myself (because my husband and daughter could care less), when I figured out at the end I read it before. I guess I'm not as intelligent as I thought.
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