Why Didn't They Ask Evans?
Publish date: May 1st 2013
Publisher: Center Point
Pages no: 319
Edition language: English
What a fun look at a standalone Christie. "Why Didn't They Ask Evans?" is definitely full of twists and turns. I also didn't realize the guilty party until the end of the book. The characters of Bobby Jones and Frankie Derwent (Lady Frances) are delightful and some parts of this book remind me of "T...
Not Christie’s best work. It’s mildly entertaining, but there came a point about halfway through when I started wishing Frankie and Bobby would just call in the police and go home. I’m not used to wishing my amateur sleuths would find different hobbies. :|
Ich liebe die Bücher Christies, ich habe vor in ein paar nächsten Jahren ihrer aller Bücher vollständig zu lesen. In diesem handelt es sich nicht um Poirot oder ms Marple, aber die Geschichte ist spannend.Zuerst am Anfang mochte man glauben, er wisse bereits über den Mörder Bescheid, aber man wird s...
To put it mildly--not one of Christie's best--and I am a fan who has rated books of hers five stars. I really liked it at first. Bobby Jones is a amiable young man, a vicar's son, who finds a dying man at the foot of a cliff. The man's last cryptic words were, "Why didn't they ask Evans?" Soon there...
This is the second time I have read this stand-alone Christie mystery. The two main characters, Bobby, a vicar's son and Frankie, the daughter of local peer, suspect that a death from the cliffs was deliberate and not an accident. They blithely look for clues without realizing they are arousing su...
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