The Murder on the Links (Hercule Poirot)

June 16, 2016 - Comment

A millionaire’s been found stabbed in the back on his private golf course. Hercule Poirot finds no shortage of suspects in the victim’s family tree, but even he is surprised when the killer strikes again. Related Related posts: Agatha Christie Hercule Poirot Classic Mysteries 6 Books Collection Box Set (Hickory Dickory Duck, Sad Cypres, Death

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Ricky Hunter says:

A Prime Example of the Little Grey Cells The second Hercule Poirot mystery, The Murder on the Links, by Agatha Christie is a good example of the method of its detective and his little grey cells. The cast of charaters is small and there are some wonderfully complex twists but the main pleasure to be derived from this book is setting up Poirot in counterpoint to a more “modern” detective who uses less of a psychological approach and more of the blood-hound method examing the minutiae of the scene and following the scent…

Anon0243 says:

AMAZING book! But LOTS of typos. Of course I love anything Agatha Christie, so I purchased this book for my Kindle. There were a lot of typos. It was very irritating because so many of them were simple typos that would have been corrected had the book been prof read before hand. It was like reading a high school english paper. I hope the rest of my Kindle books are not like this. It seemed tacky and unprofessional.

Rater1100 says:

Bad Conversion The first part of the text is fine, but then the conversion program missed an end italics and the bulk of the book is in italic. Very annoying and hard to read.

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