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The A.B.C. Murders by Agatha Christie
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Apr 29, 2011

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After I read this book, I've realized that Agatha Christie deserves the nickname, “Queen of crimes." I've always heard Agatha's books are the best mystery book ever, so I decided to read one. I usually don't judge books by their covers, but this time I did. I took The A.B.C Murder because it was the newest one in the library.
I really didn't like the book that much because I felt like this isn't Christie's writing. It wasn't that suspenseful it was obvious from the beginning that the killer was. It wasn't a mystery story at all.
There is only one thing that I liked about the book: the detective. I've seen Mr. Poirot when I was Kid on T.V. There was this T.V. show about him. At the beginning I didn’t try to solve the mystery with him but I just sat there and watched. But couple of years later I started solving the mysteries before him.
I recommend this book for mystery lovers or suspense lovers, or people that love Agatha Christie’s writings.

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