Beschreibung bei Amazon About Agatha Christie:
The famous Belgian detective is vacationing at the seaside village of St. Loo in the south of England, claiming to have retired. He puts more emphasis on this by telling Hastings he is rejecting a request from the Home Secretary himself, a request that Hastings feels is flattering.
However, trouble has a strange way of following Poirot, and when the lovely Nick Buckley has a strange escape from death while near him, he decides to investigate.
Death is hovering nearby, but can Poirot avert that disaster? This is no different. The setting up of the crime was good, as was the twist in the middle with the murder, but the solving of the crime that leads to yet another very unexpected twist was quite brilliant.
The motive for the murder is money, and we see why at the end.
For a lover of crime fiction, this might look like a short-read because the novel will keep the pages turning, keeping them curious to know what happens next.
I can think of a few other Poirot novels that were better reads, but this definitely would be right up there. A book that I quite enjoyed reading. Peril at End House Series:Book of My Choosing - · Book Review · Classic · Crime/Thriller/Mystery/Horror Book Review: Peril at End House by Agatha Christie.
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The US edition retailed at $ and the UK edition at seven shillings and sixpence (7/6).
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