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The Thirteen Problems by Agatha Christie
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Feb 04, 2008

really liked it
bookshelves: not-own, portuguese, 2008
Read in February, 2008

Some of the enigmas were of easy resolution, but what I liked most was the narrative aspect of this book. A group of people, that gathers to spend a good evening, try to solve crimes. Every element of the group tells a story, in which was involved or have the knowledge of, being the only one who knows the end of it. The others have to discover the truth. It was a different but interesting way of using the little grey cells and put to practice what everyone knows about human's nature. I'm starting to like Miss Marple.
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