The Big Four (Hercule Poirot Mysteries)

January 12, 2017 - Comment

An emaciated stranger approaches Hercule Poirot, shouts a warning about “the big four” and drops dead. Who knew Poirot’s inquiry into the man’s odd behavior would lead to an underground laboratory, an insane asylum, and rumors of a secret weapon? Product Features Great product! Related Related posts: Poirot Investigates: A Hercule Poirot Mystery (Hercule Poirot

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An emaciated stranger approaches Hercule Poirot, shouts a warning about “the big four” and drops dead. Who knew Poirot’s inquiry into the man’s odd behavior would lead to an underground laboratory, an insane asylum, and rumors of a secret weapon?

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AmznAddict says:

Different I started getting into Poirot last month and love this series. This book took me a long time to read, maybe 10 days as opposed to the usual 2 or 3 days for Poirot mysteries. The reason is that this book was really hard to get into, it had such a long build up time and it was difficult to get invested into the characters since it’s not in a closed settings. 

Lemon Sky says:

Not One of Christie’s Best Agatha Christie is one of my favorite writers, and I usually enjoy reading her books over and over. This is an exception. 

Rebecca Lang says:

Not What I Expected Agatha Christie embodies the classic detective “cozy” mystery, where a crime is committed in a puzzling manner, usually in a great manor or small village, with a limited pool of suspects. Hercule Poirot, her detective, eschews the cloak-and-dagger nonsense, preferring to “excerise the little gray cells” rather than strike out in action-packed chases. 

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