Partners in Crime (Agatha Christie Mysteries Collection)

August 28, 2016 - Comment

Tommy and Tuppence take over a detective agency and assume the methods of such great fictional detectives as Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot to solve case after case… Related Related posts: Partners in Crime: A Tommy and Tuppence Mystery (Tommy and Tuppence Mysteries) Agatha Christie’s Partners in Crime – Tommy & Tuppence, Set 2 Agatha

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Gary F. Taylor says:

Light Amusement With Tommy and Tuppence Originally published in 1929, PARTNERS IN CRIME reunites Tommy Beresford and Prudence “Tuppence” Cowley, first created by Christie for the earlier novel THE SECRET ADVERSARY; they are now married and, although happy in the marriage, Tuppence finds herself bored with the routine of life. 

JR says:

an excellent, entertaining read This is one of Christie’s best efforts. Every story moves smoothly and is satisfying throughout til their expert conclusions. I really like her Tommy and Tuppence books. It’s too bad she only wrote 5 of them, but this one I think is her finest. The 2 meld well together and even argue delightfully. A must addition to any Agatha collection. You will not be disappointed.

Tam Sesto says:

An enjoyable collection of mysteries. A collection of short stories featuring Christie’s married team of Tommy and Tuppence Beresford. The stories are derived from Tommy and Tuppence being asked to take over a detective agency that the authorities believe is an information drop for the Russians. Christie poked a little fun at mystery writers and their counterparts by having the Beresford’s take on the persona of a different, fictional detective for each story including Christie’s famous, Belgium detective, Hercule Poirot.

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