Murder On The Orient Express

August 15, 2017 - Comment

An international cast of suspects, all passengers on the crowded train, are speeding through the snowy European landscape when a bizarre and terrible murder brings them to an abrupt halt. One of their glittering number lies dead in his cabin, stabbed a mysterious twelve times. There is no lack of clues for Poirot – but

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An international cast of suspects, all passengers on the crowded train, are speeding through the snowy European landscape when a bizarre and terrible murder brings them to an abrupt halt. One of their glittering number lies dead in his cabin, stabbed a mysterious twelve times. There is no lack of clues for Poirot – but which clue is real and which is a clever plant? Poirot realises that this time he is dealing with a murderer of enormous cunning and that in a case frought with fear and inconstencies only one thing is certain – the murderer is still aboard the train waiting to strike again.

Comments

CB says:

Overall, okay; Disappointed with Audiobook Format I read and taught And Then There Were None, which I thought was an amazing book. I was hoping for a similar experience with Murder on the Orient Express, and I wanted to read it before the film was released. Unfortunately, I was pretty disappointed. There is very little action in this book, and it is mostly Poirot just talking to everyone who is a suspect. I did enjoy the resolution, but getting to that point seemed slow and painful at times. 

Alisa H says:

Classic Agatha Christie This book was summer reading for my 7th (going into 8th) grade son. I hadn’t read an Agatha Christie book in a long, long time and I had never read this one so I couldn’t resist! 

1yrloose says:

Classic Murder Mystery I’d heard about this book my entire adult life, but had never read it. It is a classic. I did see part of the movie once, but didn’t remember much about it.The story seems a little corny when compared to the mystery stories of today’s writers, but it still is very well written and enjoyable to read. Some of the detective conclusions seem to make jumps in logic that reminded me of the old Sherlock Holmes stories. I highly recommend the book.

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