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Thirteen at Dinner by Agatha Christie
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Jan 09, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: audiobook, period-piece, mystery
Read from January 09 to 10, 2012 — I own a copy , read count: 1

I swear I've watched almost all but the most recent Mystery Theaters of Hercule Poirot and read at least 65% of Agatha Christie books. This is a more familiar story and has been on TV but none of it came to me as I was listening to it. Hugh Fraser did a fantastic job. Too bad he looks so English because he does a really good Belgian accent and sounds very close to David Suchet. Even his American accent is pretty good, although his R's are very strong. From a Hollywood star, I don't remember one having such a strong R, but maybe I don't know what I'm talking about.

The mystery itself was great, first she did it, then she didn't, then maybe she did. Kept me guessing because I couldn't remember a thing.

As I've probably mentioned at least 15 times, I'm reading through the series start to finish and this was the January BOM for the Agatha Christie Lovers group.

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