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Lord Edgware Dies - Agatha Christie
Lord Edgware Dies
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Sure, actress Jane Wilkinson wants out of a miserable marriage, but is she guilty of stabbing her way out of it? She claims she's innocent. Hercule Poirot wonders if she's giving the performance of a lifetime.
Sure, actress Jane Wilkinson wants out of a miserable marriage, but is she guilty of stabbing her way out of it? She claims she's innocent. Hercule Poirot wonders if she's giving the performance of a lifetime.
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780425099612 (042509961X)
Publisher: Berkley
Pages no: 256
Edition language: English
Series: Hercule Poirot (#9)
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Lillelara
Lillelara rated it
4.0 Lord Edgware Dies
Christie´s books fall into two categories for me: the ones I enjoy the most are the books, where I don´t have a clue what is going on and who the murderer is. As soon as I suspect someone, it takes some enjoyment out of the story for me.   Lord Edgware Dies turns out to be a better installment in th...
a Girl Who Reads
a Girl Who Reads rated it
5.0 Lord Edgware Dies
Title : Lord Edgware Dies Author : Agatha Christie another GREAT Poirot investigation ! probably the BEST !
The Quilty Reader
The Quilty Reader rated it
3.5 Peril At Lord Edgware Dies
Respectively, these books are numbers 8 & 9, with Peril being published in 1932, followed close at hand by Lord Edgware, which was published in 1934. Also in 1934, she published one of her best known novels, The Murder on the Orient Express. I thoroughly enjoyed both books, and it is difficult t...
Farnaz
Farnaz rated it
5.0 Dreizehn bei Tisch
Mir gefiel dies Buch sehr wohl! Insbesondere meine ich die Methode mit der die Verfasserin die Krimiereignisse nach und nach beschrieb. Die Sache fängt mit einer sehr wunderschönen Schauspielerin, namens Jane Wilkinson oder Lady Edgware an. Sie ist hübsch, und leider auch geldsüchtig. Eines Tages...
Obsidian Blue
Obsidian Blue rated it
5.0 Lord Edgware Dies
Lord Edgware started off a bit bumpy for me due to some of the racial slurs and stereotypes that were being thrown around by some of the characters. I really did have a hard time going on with the book after the "n" word was said. I literally closed it and said the hell with this. What disturbs me i...
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