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Not up to Agatha's usual high standards,
By A Customer
This review is from: Third Girl (The Christie Collection) (Paperback)
I think that this book (Third Girl) was good and very entertaining but it wasn't up to Agatha Christie's usual high standards. Three girls shared a flat in London, the first 2 had jobs and one day the third went to see Poirot saying that she was a murderer and then soon after she disappeared...This book is still worth reading and it keeps you guessing until the very last minute who has committed the crime.