Murder on the Orient Express (Hercule Poirot Mysteries)

June 18, 2016 - Comment

Debonair Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot searches for a killer among a disparate group of suspects aboard the Orient Express, in a classic whodunit brought to life by a full-cast dramatization. Book available. Related Related posts: Agatha Christie: Five Complete Hercule Poirot Novels – Murder on the Orient Express / Thirteen at Dinner / The ABC

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K. H. ZAINAL says:

Dated but still, and always will be, ingenious Ah, yes. The world famous case of the “Murder on the Orient Express” (MotOE). It is so famous, even people who have never read Christie know who did it. I first read it 12 years ago even though someone had already revealed to me the identity of the murderer. I’ve never forgiven him. But I read it anyway to find out for myself how Agatha Christie constructed the story in order to fool her readers. 

L. J. Roberts says:

An absolutely classic!!! First Sentence: It was five o’clock on a winter’s morning in Syria. 

Gary F. Taylor says:

The Ultimate Christie Puzzle If I had to select a single Christie novel to read again for the first time, this would be my choice; more than twenty years after my first encounter with the novel I can still recall my complete amazement. I strongly urge those who have not seen the film version to avoid it until you have experienced the sheer pleasure of being being tricked by the master trickster herself. For MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS, superlatives are not enough.

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