Postern of Fate: A Tommy and Tuppence Mystery (Tommy & Tuppence Mysteries)

September 28, 2017 - Comment

Tommy and Tuppence Beresford return in Agatha Christie’s classic Postern of Fate, to investigate a deadly poisoning sixty years after the fact. Tommy and Tuppence Beresford have just become the proud owners of an old house in an English village. Along with the property, they have inherited some worthless bric-a-brac, including a collection of antique books.

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Tommy and Tuppence Beresford return in Agatha Christie’s classic Postern of Fate, to investigate a deadly poisoning sixty years after the fact.

Tommy and Tuppence Beresford have just become the proud owners of an old house in an English village. Along with the property, they have inherited some worthless bric-a-brac, including a collection of antique books. While rustling through a copy of The Black Arrow, Tuppence comes upon a series of apparently random underlinings.

However, when she writes down the letters, they spell out a very disturbing message: “Mary Jordan did not die naturally.” And sixty years after their first murder, Mary Jordan’s enemies are still ready to kill. . . .

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C. M Mills says:

Postern of Fate in the fifth and final novel by Agatha Christie on Tommy and Tuppence This is the final Tommy and Tuppence book and also the last book Agatha Christie completed before her death. The married couple of Tommy and Tuppence are retired and have recently moved to The Laurels home in a small English village. While setting up their bookshelves,a message is found in a copy of Robert Louis Stevenson’s The Black Arrow. It says that a woman named Mary Jordanhas died of unnatural death We later learn she was a spy in a British Fascist plot intrepid Beresefords decide to…

elsalgal says:

Dull,dull, dull This book is nowhere close to Agatha Christie’s standard. The more I read, the more confused I became. We first met Tommy and Tuppence at the end of World War I. They are now in their seventies. The past events they are investigating in this book took place just before or during WWI, and yet they are constantly talking to people older than they are, who refer to things their grandmothers and great uncles told them about the events. As other readers have stated, there is LOTS of talking…

NAYLOR. M. says:

familiar but enjoyable Much as I enjoyed reading this story, it was fairly predictable with the odd twist, The two characters, Tuppence and Tommy Beresford were like an old, favourite armchair, they and the plot wrapped around you without any cause for concern, and I look forward reading about their adventures again.

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