Taken at the Flood
Publish date: 2002
Pages no: 352
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Mystery Thriller
, Murder Mystery
Series: Hercule Poirot (#27)
Poirot sighed. ‘One should never struggle against the inevitable,’ he said. ‘If a middle-aged lady wearing sham Egyptian beads has made up her mind to see the famous Hercule Poirot, and has come up from the country to do so, nothing will deflect her. She will sit there in the hall till she gets her ...
If this had been a physical book that I owned I would have probably thrown this thing in the trash. The entire book was offensive towards women, women who have been abused, and just common sense in general. The story begins by setting things up by exploring the current financial state of the Cloade ...
Which is admittedly not a common occurence with me and Mrs Christie's crime stories. Mostly I have face palm moments of shame why I didn't get it with all the hints and clues. And had to sadly accept the fact that I am rather a Captian Hastings than a Hercule Poirot. But this time around I had a...
BITCH, I GUESSED THE GUILTY! >=P
A coming of age story for both Kevla and Jashemi before the s**t hit the fan with murder, betrayal and war. Not a new story but with some interesting twists and a likable hero and heroine who, of course, experience great happiness and even greater sorrow. I will definitely be reading the next insta...