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Murder in Mesopotamia by Agatha Christie
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Oct 09, 2011

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Read in October, 2011

Based on my observation, my tips for Agatha Christie’s works are:

First and foremost, suspect the husband. Or if the one who is murdered is the husband then suspect the wife. But usually it is the husband.

Second, if there are no husband and wife in view, suspect the one that Agatha made most unlikable. Like some rakish man with no manner who popped up from nowhere to intrude the relationship of two happy protagonists. The ‘bad guy’ kind, to use the urban slang. Even if he is not the culprit he is bound to be behind some other suspicious business. And he never got the woman, mind you.

Third, etcetera. No one is to be excluded.

But most importantly do not let the husband out of your sight. If you did and found yourself tricked then come to me so I can tell you, “I told you so.”

I got this mystery right, completely. Let us see if the law works (almost) every time.

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