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Poirot by Agatha Christie
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Jan 09, 2012

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Read from January 04 to 09, 2012

I am reading The Tuesday Club Murders by Agatha Christie, but Good Reads doesn't seem to have it just as a book of itself. This is the closest I could find. Please note: I cannot give any opinions with Sad Cypress/Elephants Can Remember and The Hollow.

The Tuesday Club Murders -

This story was a bit different from other Agatha Christie's books I've read in the past. A group of people including Miss Marple, would come together every Tuesday night and share a mystery of their experience to the others, and the others would have to figure out who done it. When you think about it, how morbid is that for a weekly get together? Each chapter was told by a different person, so the reader had 13 opportunties to try to figure it out who done it before Miss Marple would. I'm happy to share that I figured out quite a few of them before Miss Marple did.

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