Mrs. McGinty’s Dead (Hercule Poirot)

June 21, 2016 - Comment

Legendary Belgian detective Hercule Poirot solves the challenging and shocking case of the death of Mrs. McGinty, an elderly housekeeper found murdered, supposedly by her quiet boarder. Related Related posts: Hercule Poirot: Boxed Set CRIME COLLECTION : THE MURDER OF ROGER ACKROYD THEY DO IT WITH MIRRORS MRS. MCGINTYS DEAD. Mrs. McGinty’s Dead: A Hercule

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Antoinette Klein says:

Poirot Investigates Murder of Village Cleaning Woman Mrs. McGinty is an elderly cleaning woman whose brutal murder in her village of Broadhinny leads to the arrest of her lodger, James Bentley. The motive appears to be robbery as her small cache of savings is found hidden near her cottage and her blood and hair are found on Bentley’s coat. But Superintendent Spence(whom we met in Taken At The Flood) suspects something is not quite right and calls in Hercule Poirot to investigate this crime. 

Carver Green says:

WILL SOMEONE LET THE WOMAN SPEAK? What “improvements” have been made for the Berkley edition? There are already major differences in punctuation, word choices, and scene breaks between the original Collins and Dodd Mead editions of this novel. There are further differences between the Dodd Mead editions republished by Random House/Avenel and the Dodd Mead editions republished by Simon & Shuster/Pocket. There are further differences still in the Signet, Bantam, and Black Dog & Leventhal editions. For every publishing house…

L O'connor says:

Magnificent mystery Hercule Poirot is bored, so he is delighted when he is visited by his old friend Superintendent Spence of the Kilchester Police. Spence has recently conducted an investigation into the murder of an old charwoman Mrs McGinty, in the village of Broadhinny. her lodger, James Bentley has been convicted of the murder and is due to hang, but Spence is convinced Bentley is innocent, and wants Poirot to investigate. 

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