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My first tast of Agatha Christie and I havn't looked back since,
This review is from: Dead Man's Folly (Poirot) (Paperback)
Dead Man's Folly was the first Agatha Christe book I read and I havn't look back since. The basic plot without spoilers has Poirot contacted by his old friend Ariadne Oliver, who has been asked to organise a "murder Hunt" at a country mansion. She has a feeling that things are not quite right and it's not long before she is proved right.
The book is typical Agatha Christie ie murder at a country house who an interesting assortment of characters. Poirot is on form too picking out the clues and until all is revealed. The book moves at a nice pace with no foul language are graphic gore or sex which makes a nice change from alot of modern books.
As I said before this is the first Christie book and it's one of my favourites. If you enjoy a classic whodunit from the "Queen of Crime" then this book is for you.
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Initial post: 28 Dec 2010, 19:03:23 GMT
Y. Evans says:
An excellent review Dead Man's Folly is one of my favourite Agatha Christie books too.
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