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message 1: by Mary JL (new)

Mary JL I've read a lot of Agatha Christie and I feel this is one of her two best (the other is Murder on the Orient Express". Agatha Christie was a very prolific writer and some of her books--she wrote over 80--are not very good and some were good but are dated.

However, I suspect this one will be read as long as the mystery genre is read. It is fantastic.

message 2: by Jon (new)

Jon I am really looking forward to reading this one. It's definitely one I want to finish next weekend.

message 3: by Brad (last edited Dec 24, 2008 11:34AM) (new)

Brad I liked this book too. I would add Death on the Nile to the mix that Mary JL mentioned, though. I always loved that story, but then I was a sucker for Hercule Poirot when I was a kid.

message 4: by Jon (last edited May 31, 2010 07:27AM) (new)

Jon Just posted this paperback edition to my BookMooch inventory (unreserved so snag it now):

Happy Mooching!


Mooched this morning. Thanks!

message 5: by Jillian (new)

Jillian I was confused too when I didn't know who the murderer was. There's a part right after the epilogue that explains the whole thing. It's definitely a shocker. Read that part and it will make sense.

message 6: by Huajun (new)

Huajun Li Why 4

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