Murder in Mesopotamia (Hercule Poirot)

June 16, 2016 - Comment

As hired nurse to a paranoid and isolated new patient, Amy wonders what to make of the woman’s “nervous terrors,” of her bizarre stories of a vengeful but dead husband, of the dire warnings…or for that matter, of her charge’s sudden, brutal murder. Related Related posts: Murder on the Orient Express: A Hercule Poirot Mystery

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As hired nurse to a paranoid and isolated new patient, Amy wonders what to make of the woman’s “nervous terrors,” of her bizarre stories of a vengeful but dead husband, of the dire warnings…or for that matter, of her charge’s sudden, brutal murder.

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Bobby Underwood says:

Adventure and Murder in an Exotic Land This fabulous mystery by Agatha Christie has long been a favorite of mine. It outshines many of her other mysteries due to some wonderful atmosphere and a very likable heroine in Amy Leatheren. Hercule Poirot, though a major force in solving the mystery, plays second fiddle in this most entertaining murder mystery. 

George R Dekle says:

Unearthing the Truth at an Archaeological Dig Before the Murder on the Orient Express, there was the Murder in Mesopotamia. In fact, the Mesopotamian murder mystery occurred just before Hercule Poirot traveled to Istanbul and caught the Orient Express. As a team of archaeologists labors away at an ancient Tell, the leader’s wife has her head smashed in a room which no one else could have entered or left. The local constabulary is mystified, and Hercule Poirot, who just happens to be traveling in the area, is called in to consult. After…

Jeanne Tassotto says:

Perhaps Poirot should have vacationed somewhere else… since his trip to the Middle East seems to keep him working. 

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