The Million Dollar Bond Robbery: A Hercule Poirot Short Story

July 6, 2016 - Comment

A young banker is suspected of stealing one million dollars in Liberty Bonds on a transatlantic journey to New York, and appeals to Hercule Poirot to clear his name. Poirot learns the identities of the three people who hold keys to the locked trunk, but it won’t be as easy to identify the true thief.

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A young banker is suspected of stealing one million dollars in Liberty Bonds on a transatlantic journey to New York, and appeals to Hercule Poirot to clear his name. Poirot learns the identities of the three people who hold keys to the locked trunk, but it won’t be as easy to identify the true thief.

Comments

Cozy Reader says:

A fun short story! Hercule Poirot and Captain Hastings have another mystery on their hands when they have to solve the puzzle of a missing million dollar bond that has been stolen on it’s journey to New York. 

John B. Mullino says:

Zippy Classic Poirot. Locked room impossible crime…falsely accused young man…collecting the facts…and Poirot cracks the case with the ‘little grey cells’A zippy, breezy read.

Amazon Customer says:

Classic Christie! Whether short story or short novel, Agatha Christie reigns as the mistress of mystery. Hercule Poirot and his little grey cells foil a clever robber in this satisfying tale.

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