Peril at End House (Hercule Poirot)

February 3, 2017 - Comment

Hercule Poirot’s relaxing holiday on the Cornish coast takes an unexpected turn when he meets young and pretty Nick Buckley. For it seems to Poirot that too many accidents have been happening to Nick and he, with the help of Captain Hastings, is determined to prevent another accident becoming a tragedy. But even hiding Nick

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Hercule Poirot’s relaxing holiday on the Cornish coast takes an unexpected turn when he meets young and pretty Nick Buckley. For it seems to Poirot that too many accidents have been happening to Nick and he, with the help of Captain Hastings, is determined to prevent another accident becoming a tragedy. But even hiding Nick away in a nursing home does not prevent another attempt on Nick’s life and Poirot has to resort to subterfuge and cunning to solve this tricky case.

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AmznAddict says:

Christie’s mysteries are consistently wonderful I just discovered Agatha Christie and Poirot this year, and have been obsessed. I enjoyed this book but I found the ending to be a little bit crammed. There were too many twists, which I think took away from the main storyline at the end. I did really like the fact that Hastings is in this book, I find his love/hate bromance with Poirot hilarious and endearing. These two characters have such great chemistry that it alone can liven up a whole book. 

Mrs. Glam says:

Great Book, Washed Away the Taste of “Black Coffee” The last Christie book I read was “Black Coffee”, and I was disappointed with that one, so “Peril” was a pleasant change. This isn’t my favorite Christie novel (And Then There Were None, Murder on the Orient Express, and Cards on the Table remain my top 3), but it’s still very good. This kept me guessing until the last minute, when Poirot did his standard “big reveal”. I do love the plot twists and unpredictable ending. I also love that, unlike a few other Christie…

the_IRF says:

Condition was Okay, but cover was damaged (used / 1 penny book) The Condition was Okay, but cover was damaged on this used / 1 penny book. The interior was fine, unmarked and undamaged. 

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