The Cornish Mystery (Caple Books Classic Short Stories) (Volume 21)

June 15, 2016 - Comment

Poirot receives a visit from a Mrs Pengelley, a middle-aged woman who is afraid that she is being poisoned by her husband, a dentist. She has been ill after eating but her doctor states that she is suffering from acute gastritis. She and her husband live in Polgarwith, a small market town in Cornwall. She

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Poirot receives a visit from a Mrs Pengelley, a middle-aged woman who is afraid that she is being poisoned by her husband, a dentist. She has been ill after eating but her doctor states that she is suffering from acute gastritis. She and her husband live in Polgarwith, a small market town in Cornwall. She has no proof of the allegation, only that she only suffers when her husband is at home, not when he is away at the weekends and a bottle of weedkiller, supposedly unused, is half-empty

Comments

Esther Mathis says:

Great Read This is an early story of Agatha Christie’s, but for sure the characters were strong and well thought out. The plot was intriguing.

thymeout 65 says:

Four Stars Too short. Otherwise, typical Christie.

Amazon Customer says:

Four Stars Always been a big fan of Agatha

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