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Murder on the Orient Express by Agatha Christie
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Jun 05, 2016

it was amazing
bookshelves: mystery-thrillers, ebook, to-blog, series-hercule-poirot
Read from October 14 to 15, 2010

** spoiler alert ** Reference Notes

Series: Hercule Poirot #11 (1933)

Narrator: (3rd person)

Victim: Mr. Samuel Ratchett

COD: Multiple stabbing

Suspects/witnesses (in the order in which the passengers were interviewed by HP):
Mr. Hector MacQueen (victims's secretary)
M. Pierre Michel (Wagon Lit conductor)
Mr. Edward Masterman (victim's valet)
Mrs. Hubbard
Ms. Greta Ohlsson
Princess Natalia Dragomiroff
Count Rudolph Andrenyi
Countess Elena Andrenyi
Col. Arbuthnot
Mr. Cyrus Hardman
Mr. Antonio Foscarelli
Ms. Mary Debenham
Fräulein Hildegarde Schmidt (Princess Dragomiroff's maid)

Chronology: Poirot is returning from "A little affair in Syria" at the start of this book. This "little affair" - the investigation into the death of an archaeologist’s wife - is the subject of Murder in Mesopotamia, which was published in 1936.
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Quotes Dina Liked

Agatha Christie
“The impossible could not have happened, therefore the impossible must be possible in spite of appearances.”
Agatha Christie, Murder on the Orient Express

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message 1: by BJ Rose (new)

BJ Rose Dina, I'm enjoying your "Reference Notes" about the A. Christie books!

message 2: by Dina (last edited Oct 23, 2010 05:06PM) (new) - rated it 5 stars

Dina BJ, I read AC's entire backlist in Portuguese when I was a teen and I've always wanted to reread them in English. The time has come and as I started rereading them, I was surprised at how little I remembered about the stories, so I decided to write these "Reference Notes". I actually write them in a little notebook as I'm reading the books, trying to solve the murder along with Poirot. Unfortunatelly, my little grey cells aren't as superb as his. :)

Veronica Alvarez I have never read it hope its good

Dina I love AC books, Veronica! Here's hoping you like it. :)

Chris Good read

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