Death in the Clouds/Death in the Air (Hercule Poirot)

May 30, 2017 - Comment

In this “crime puzzle of the first order” (New York Times), an ordinary flight to London turns extraordinary when a female passenger is shot to death with a venom-tipped dart. Even more bizarre is that the murder went unnoticed by everyone on board– including the brilliant Hercule Poirot. Product Features Great product! Related Related posts:

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In this “crime puzzle of the first order” (New York Times), an ordinary flight to London turns extraordinary when a female passenger is shot to death with a venom-tipped dart. Even more bizarre is that the murder went unnoticed by everyone on board– including the brilliant Hercule Poirot.

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AmznAddict says:

a real brain scratcher A classic whodunit mystery with the added bonus of Poirot under suspicion for murder! A high profile lady dies on a plane mid-air, and only those on the plane could have done it owing to the sensational method of murder. However, it seems to appear that those who could have done the deed lack the motive, and those who have the motive could not have done it. 

Matilda de Nada says:

A wasp, a person or an unknown poison? Agatha Christie, as per usual, does a great job portraying her famous aging eccentric Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot, and his quest to find the person responsible for the murder of a not very well liked wealthy and astute lady money lender. The murder happens without any apparent witnesses on an airplane flight from Paris to London. 

Rick O says:

A hodgepodge group of people board a flight from Paris to Croydon A hodgepodge group of people board a flight from Paris to Croydon and before they land one turns up dead! Luckily one of the passengers is the great Hercule Poirot. Thus starts another mystery by Agatha Christie, the most read author of all times. Published in 1935, this novel was originally titled Death in the Air. The victim turns out to be a very rich French moneylender, Madame Giselle, aka Marie Morisot. She is found dead in her seat with a red mark on her neck and a poisoned dart in her…

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