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Free read ¸ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ï Agatha Christie Built on ruthlessness Each of them may have been a motive for the brutal slaying of wealthy old Simeon Lee Coupled with Lee's family each member of which hated him and wi. 425 ❤November 2020 book 26I don't review her books never could because honestly I will be bias because I love her For all who don't know I am in love with Agatha Christie ever since I started reading her books 5 years ago and I planned to read a book of her each monthhopefully so that I don't run out of her books

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Read Ä Hercule Poirot's Christmas 102 º An alternate cover edition can be found hereMotives for Murder A fortune in uncut diamonds hidden by an eccentric old man A woman's love too freely given A business empire built on ruthlessness Each of them may have been a motive for the brutal slaying of wealthy old Simeon Lee Coupled with Lee's family Shed to see him dead they presented Hercule Poirot with a baffling challenge one which the astute detective solved only through his uncanny ability to see the little thing. This is one of these Agatha Christie books where the Dame had not yet been out of ideas No wonder I rated this novel 5 stars I read Hercule Poirot's Christmas in French and the translation by Louis Postif was delightfulThis is a locked room murder where a wealthy patriarch dies in gruesome circumstances There isn't a lack of suspects or red herrings The author kept her cards close to her chest and surprised us readers since this book has been publishedPersonally I rate this book very high among Christie's books All of the very best are classics This one is better written than The Murder of Roger Ackroyd and may be on par with Murder on the Orient Express I fully recommend it and hope you find some pleasure in it in English or some other medium

Agatha Christie ï 2 Review

Hercule Poirot's ChristmasAn alternate cover edition can be found hereMotives for Murder A fortune in uncut diamonds hidden by an eccentric old man A woman's love too freely given A business empire. I haven't read much Agatha Christie but thoroughly enjoyed this The mystery starts on Christmas Eve and stretches over the Christmas season; however it's not exactly festive so I don't think you'd have to save reading this for DecemberAs with her other books it's really fast paced and dialogue heavy All backstories and evidence come from the mouths of characters as opposed to an omnipresent narrator which means you can't uite be sure of anything even right at the very beginning where Lydia acts an expository character and gives the family backstory through dialogue Loads of twists and turns each one unexpected than the last