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The Seven Dials Mystery - Agatha Christie
The Seven Dials Mystery
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Format: paperback
ISBN: 9780007122592 (0007122594)
Publisher: Harper Collins
Pages no: 375
Edition language: English
Series: Superintendent Battle (#2)
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Lillelara rated it
3.0 The Seven Dials Mystery
I have to admit, I´m not the biggest fan of Agatha Christies conspiracy / secret society novels. They have an odd feeling to them and I´m never sure if I should take these books seriously or not. The same goes for The Seven Dials Mystery. I wasn´t impressed by the story, I thought the ending to be a...
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Shelf Indulgence rated it
3.0 The Seven Dials Mystery
The next volume in Grant's Oxrun Station novellas series is Dialing the Wind, a collection with an inscrutable title. The first story in the collection is also called "Dialing the Wind", and after reading it, you'll understand the title, but whoever selected this as the title of the book must not h...
Tami rated it
4.0 A dramatic, but still light-hearted one.
I enjoyed this very much. And I am ever again amazed at the gap in quality between those "old" books and most of the recent ebooks I download. And not only the self-published ones. It is evidence to the importance of editing. Talent brings you only so far... As this is more a side-not and no...
BrokenTune rated it
3.0 The Seven Dials Mystery
"The clocks were wrapped up and paid for. Mr Murgatroyd watched the cars drive away with a puzzled air. Very spirited the young people of the upper classes nowadays, very spirited indeed, but not at all easy to understand. He turned with relief to attend to the vicar’s wife, who wanted a new kind of...
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Seven Dials is Christie's subversion of the 1920s style thriller, only with a plucky female heroine and a subtle commentary on English society. A manor murder, a secret society, a slummy club in the East End, and international espionage that make it seem artificially complicated, but it was enjoyab...
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