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Dead Man's Folly by Agatha Christie
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Jan 05, 2009

really liked it
Read in January, 2009

Incredibly riveting and engrossing Hercule Poirot story from the Queen of fiction herself !
When a leading crime fiction novelist is called to arrange a Murder Hunt, she starts getting the feeling that an actual murder is about to happen. So, she calls her old acquaintance Poirot, just in case something bad happens. Eventually when it does happen, right under their own noses, the plot tightens and Poirot starts investigating.
As arresting as all the rest of the Poirot novels I've read, this one didn't fail to engage me in spending a half of my night finishing it off. Abounding with intrigue and the archetype murder mysteries Christie is so notable for, this book has every right to be a splendid Poirot novel. A book not to be missed, particularly for Agatha Christie fans.

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