The Hollow (Hercule Poirot)

July 6, 2013 - Comment

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E. A Solinas "ea_solinas" says:

A very eerie, atmospheric mystery I love this mystery–I’m not certain why. Normally I would hate it, but there’s something in the strange eeriness of it all that really made me read.

hacklehorn says:

Probably the best Christie This book is very different from other Christie’s book and is much better. For once, her characters are not simple caricatures easy to forget. They have real, deep feelings, they suffer, and the reader believe in that. The book acts like a charm that makes the reader enter in it deeper than in other Christie’s work. The mystery plot is surprising but not really important. What is important is the picture of three or four key characters (only women, by the way). That makes this book closer…

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