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Third Girl by Agatha Christie
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Feb 09, 2011

it was ok
bookshelves: 2011, mystery, agatha-christie
Read from February 03 to 09, 2011

Hercule Poirot is searching for a girl. She had visited his flat, saying that she thought she had murdered someone, but after looking at him declared that he was too old, and left. With the help of his friend, novelist Mrs. Oliver, Poirot learns the girl's name, visits her family home and meets her step-mother and boyfriend. But where is the girl? (She's called a Third Girl, as she's the third tenant in the apartment.)

The book was written in 1966, and Agatha Christie tries to make it relevant with the times, but it seems very dated now.
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