“‘You wish to know the killer’s name? Bien sûr. It is someone who is sitting here with us in this room.’ Gasps and whispers filled the air, as Poirot must have known they would.”

For fans of Agatha Christie’s most splendid creation, it is always a joy to read a new adventure of Hercule Poirot, the prissy and immodest Belgian detective, whose little grey cells have solved dozens of complicated but always brilliantly plotted murders...

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