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Five Little Pigs by Agatha Christie
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Jul 31, 2011

really liked it

This is actually a very enjoyable Poirot mystery. I have had a run of Christie books which were not really of such a high standard, but this one is intriguing. It's a cold case. A young woman approaches Poirot to clear her mother's name of murder, even though her mother was convicted and subsequently died in prison. The "five little pigs" are the five suspects, and initially it seems that none of them have a motive. Poirot, however, uncovers the old secrets still hidden, by asking each of the suspects to write an account of the days running up to the murder. The clues as to the murderer's identity are all there. I spotted it, so hopefully you will too?

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