The Mysterious Mr. Quin
Publish date: 2003
Publisher: Harper Collins
Pages no: 396
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Mystery Thriller
, Short Stories
Series: Harley Quin (#1)
What an intriguing concept. Mr. Quin truly is mysterious, always showing up in times of impending doom. And yet, he's merely a catalyst for this friend Mr Satterthwaite to act in some way. In a way, the duo reminded me of the old 80s tv show Highway to Heaven, but less evangelical. As this was th...
Well that may just have been the best of Agatha Christie that I have read in my short life! I stayed up to finish it and write this review even though I'm dead tired and my eyes are falling out of my head.I am yet to meet an Agatha Christie book I didn't like (I hope the day never comes) but this co...
According to me, this is one of the underrated gems of Agatha Christie, where she flirts with fantasy. Even though none of the stories except the last one (Harlequin's Lane) cross over into fantasy territory, they are always on the borderline. That Christie does this without straining our credibil...
Martin Jarvis reads a trio of stories starring Agatha Christie's personal favourite character - a certain Mr Harley Quin. When guests at a house party recall the suicide of the previous owner, a mysterious stranger arrives who throws unexpected light on the case. But another mystery remains - who ac...
Choose Your Own Adventure!You are the Mysterious Mr. Quinn. You are ever so mysterious. And yet you do not really hold a candle to Poirot or Marple or even the Tuppences. Your adventures are boring; your mysteries are trite. You are an Unfinished Book.If you decide you want some hot Belgian action, ...