I’m pretty sure that in my attempt to read every short story that Agatha Christie wrote I’m getting books that have the same stories. Between the authors own predilection for turning her short stories into novels and the wonderful TV shows I’m starting to lose track of just which stories I’ve read and which ones I haven’t. I’m pretty sure that I hadn’t read all of these yet but every one of them seemed familiar.
I’d read a couple of Poirot books years ago, and finally decided to read them straight through. I enjoy classic amateur detective stories, and this was one of the finest. Poirot and his sidekick Hastings make a terrific read alike for Holmes and Watson. I can’t help but wonder what the four would have thought of each other.
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