The King of Clubs: A Hercule Poirot Short Story

May 5, 2016 - Comment

Hercule Poirot is asked by Prince Paul of Maurania to solve the murder of Henry Reedburn, which has greatly distressed the Prince’s fiancée, the famous dancer Valerie Saintclair. The only other witnesses seem to be a family of four who were playing bridge near an open window when she staggered in, crying, “Murder!” Related Related

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Hercule Poirot is asked by Prince Paul of Maurania to solve the murder of Henry Reedburn, which has greatly distressed the Prince’s fiancée, the famous dancer Valerie Saintclair. The only other witnesses seem to be a family of four who were playing bridge near an open window when she staggered in, crying, “Murder!”

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Amazon Customer says:

Good I enjoyed it very much. I’ve downloaded most of the Kindle Agatha Christie stories and read them before bed to calm my mind. I tell my son each time I finish one, “You’d like this story.”

Adriana TrigianiAdd says:

The King of Clubs Fast moving short story. The subtle clues have way to the conclusion you quickly. I would have liked a bit more depth.

gene p johnson critique says:

Review of king of clubs g: u As usual I thought this was one of agatha’s best. She is at her best with hercule ‘poirot’. Excellent read.

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