The Murder Of Roger Ackroyd
Publish date: February 1st 1986
Publisher: W. Clement Stone
Edition language: English
Series: Hercule Poirot (#4)
This novel contains all the elements of a fun mystery: a murder in a locked room, a knife from the back, a country house, a group of suspects — each of whom arouses suspicion one way or another, a cozy English village complete with gossiping busybodies, and an all-knowing detective. Just the type of...
What can I say about this book that hasn´t been said before innumerable times. This is an excellent mystery, the plot is cleverly crafted and it simply is one of Christie´s best. And yet it isn´t one of my favorite mysteries by Dame Agatha and I don´t know exactly the reason for my feeling so. One...
"The Murder Of Roger Ackroyd" came highly recommended as an antidote to my fairly disappointing read of the 1966 Poirot novel, "Third Girl", I'd been told that the "Murder of Roger Ackroyd" written forty years earlier when both Poirot and Christie were in their prime, would give me a taste of the r...
The house next door, The Larches, has recently been taken by a stranger. To Caroline’s extreme annoyance, she has not been able to find out anything about him, except that he is a foreigner. The Intelligence Corps has proved a broken reed. Presumably the man has milk and vegetables and joints of mea...
That was awesome! No wonder it caused sensation when it was published.
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