Mr. Michael C. Morrow

Helpful votes received on reviews: 100% (43 of 43)
Location: Wichita, KS USA


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Agatha Christie's Poirot - Collection 9 [DVD] <b>DVD</b> ~ David Suchet
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
My hat is off to David Suchet for being THE Hercule Poirot. I am so glad the series of books and short stories were completed. I did not even wait for it to air in the U.S., but ordered the British DVD and watched it on my computer hooked up to my TV. Of the five movies, I enjoyed Elephants Can Remember the best. The casting was excellent, and the characters were well developed, and the plot line was excellent. Dead Man's Folly was faithful to the book. The Big Four and especially the Labours of Hercules took great liberties with the books, but that was probably inevitable. Although the ending of the Big Four was not very strong, I thought the writers did an excellent job crafting… Read more
Poirot and Me by David Suchet
Poirot and Me by David Suchet
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
David Suchet provides an excellent and easy to read account of how be became involved in the series, and discusses how he assumed the role of Hercule Poirot. He took his role very seriously, read the books, and prepared a detailed list of Poirot's idiosyncrasies. A wonderful summary of many of the movies based on the books and short stories.
The New Daily Study Bible Complete Set by William Barclay
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
This edition, with minor changes and corrections, is essentially the same as the revised edition issued in 1975. What this edition and the previous revised edition fail to inform the reader of is that it does not contain all of the commentary text written by William Barclay.

While the 17 volumes of the previous 2nd edition (published in the 1950's) contains a total of 5,195 pages, the revised edition has only 4,541 pages, or a reduction of 12.6%. The reduction is most noticeable in the 2 volumes on Revelation, which is reduced from 528 to 415 pages, a reduction of 21.4%. In Ephesians, the revised edition contains 30 fewer pages, a reduction of 19.1% (157/127). The Gospel of John… Read more

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