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The Murder at Hazelmoor by Agatha Christie
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Jan 31, 2011

really liked it
bookshelves: 2011, english, mystery, africa, australia, death
Recommended for: Mystery fans
Read from March 14 to 18, 2011 , read count: 1

I'm gradually working my way through Agatha Christie's vast bibliography. I have loved reading her books ever since I was a teenager and she will always remain the epitome of the mystery writer to me. This was a fascinating tale and I enjoyed the fact that she broke free from her most famous characters and introduced us to both Miss Emily Trefusis and Inspector Narracott. Miss Trefusis was especially entertaining as a character and I would have liked to read another book starring her or the Inspector or both, but from what I can tell, they do not reappear in any of her other books. I thought the mystery itself was brilliant and once again, she stumped me!

new words: physiognomy, tors, subaltern

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