They Came to Baghdad
Publish date: July 18th 2005
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Spy Thriller
, Mystery Thriller
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I actually finished this a few days ago, but haven't yet reviewed it because I somehow managed to schedule the buddy read during my trip to Disneyland. I don't know what I was thinking. Anyway, I went into this book prepared for a repeat of my Passenger to Frankfurt experience. Imagine my surprise...
I have about 10 books left to read of Dame Agatha's canon of fictional work, and I must admit that this was one of the ones I was not looking forward to. Knowing from previous experience that Christie did not excel totally sucked at writing international espionage thrillers, and still suffering f...
This was a surprise. I'm certainly a long way from having read the entire Christie canon, but I've read enough to expect a certain...atmosphere in her books. They Came to Baghdad certainly defied those expectations. Exuberant is the only word that comes to mind. Unfortunately the plot is ludicr...
This book took me over 2 months to finish (May 13- July 14), but I only spent about 4 of those days actually reading. I just couldn't get into this book. Everything just seemed over done and there were very few surprising moments. I'm glad I've got another book off my tbr but that's the best I can...