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The Secret Adversary by Agatha Christie
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Oct 17, 2010

it was amazing
bookshelves: part-of-a-series, mystery

Love, love, love Tommy and Tuppence. This is the first of their adventures together, starting just after WWII, both Tommy and Tuppence are at loose ends and short on cash. Meeting up for lunch, they decide to start a partnership called the Young Adventurers. Even as they leave lunch, a man stops Tuppence and asks her to help out with a project. When he asks for her name, she comes up with the first name she can remember, "Jane Finn." It was a name that Tommy had overheard and mentioned. When she says the name, it sends a bolt of electricity through the man and he accuses Tuppence of playing him. This sets off a chain of events that has them meeting up with an American millionaire in search of his cousin, a woman who has been in hiding for over five years, and a group of men who are trying to overthrow the British government.
Will have to read the next book in the series. Again. I just hope I own it and don't have to wait to get to the library...
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