Editorial Praises

Given by notable press worldwide

“The only fault this story has is
 that it is almost too ingenious.”

Times Literary Supplement London

“You will be kept guessing at its solution and will most certainly never laydown this most entertaining book.”

New York Times Book Review

Goodreads Community Review

Given by notable press worldwide

Dani Trieu

Classic and simply must read if you call yourself a crime addict :)

An exciting array of whodunnit short, novella and longer stories featuring mainly her sleuth Hercule Poirot to tickle your interest. A cerebral read without the violence and gun fights to stir things along. A nice change from all the mayhem that you see on TV and hear on the radio today 

Maru Lee

My favorite fiction author. Great start for mystery fiction readers!

Ever since I discovered my grandparents Agatha Christie books at the age of 8-9 I've been a British murder mystery fan. Sadly I lost my entire Christie collection (all 80 books & plays) so it was nice to read these and relieve a more innocent time in my life 

Midu Midu

Quite a complicated mystery, as usual with Agatha Christie.

For a first book, it's already well formed in most ways including the style and weapons used by Agatha Christie in her works. There's a slight whiff of the duo - Poirot and Hastings - being a takeoff, but the characters are so different from those of Holmes and his companion.

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Agatha Christie

Born in Torquay in 1890, Agatha Christie became, and remains, the best-selling novelist of all time.

She is best known for her 66 detective novels and 14 short story collections, as well as the world’s longest-running play – The Mousetrap. Her books have sold over a billion copies in the English language and a billion in translation.

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