Agatha Christie’s Poirot : The Murder of Roger Ackroyd and Murder on the Links/ Cassettes (Bbc Radio Presents – Abridged Edition)

August 19, 2013 - Comment

Christie’s dapper Belgian sleuth, Hercule Poirot, returns to take on two baffling mysteries, in a multivoice production from BBC Radio. Related Related posts: The Murder of Roger Ackroyd: A Hercule Poirot Mystery (Hercule Poirot Mysteries) Agatha Christie: The Lost Plays: Three BBC Radio Full-Cast Dramas: Butter in a Lordly Dish, Murder in the Mews &

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George R Dekle "Bob Dekle" says:

The Little Round Man with the Little Grey Cells Hercule Poirot was a short, fat, dapper detective who solved his cases by exercising his “little grey cells”.

Peter Smith "petersm52" says:

A Masterpiece among Christie’s Best I have listened to these BBC radio adaptations many times over the last 15 years and am always entertained by the quality of the stories, the actors, and the plots. “The Murder of Roger Ackroyd” is simply a brilliant mystery, one of Agatha’s best, with a dozen legitimate suspects and a most ironic ending. This mystery takes place in a village Hercule had retired to to raise “vegetables” and was having a devil of a time at it. But, murder followed Poirot to the country and…

Anonymous says:

My favorite Agatha Christie story by far! As a Christie addict, having read all of her Poirot and Marple stories many times over, I can only say that “Roger Ackroyd” stands out as the best of the best. Even now, knowing the ending, I enjoy rereading the book, with all the delicious and subtle (but misleading) hints to the grand conclusion. And to the first-time reader, the ending comes as quite a surprise. The fabled Miss Christie leads the reader down so many lovely garden paths before the perfectly logical…

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