The Secret Adversary (Tommy and Tuppence)

July 3, 2016 - Comment

Tuppence Beresford takes a job posing as an American-but she and Tommy will have to play detective when her fake identity results in a real threat to her life. Related Related posts: The Secret Adversary (Tommy and Tuppence, Book 1) (Agatha Christie Mystery Collection) The Secret Adversary: A Tommy and Tuppence Mystery (Dover Mystery Classics)

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Chris Brooks says:

Well worth reading The Secret Adversary introduces Agatha Christie’s characters of Tommy and Tuppence, an out of work young man and woman who decide to become “adventurers” out of a lack of anything better to do. They quite accidentally get sucked into an international mystery that reaches to the highest levels of British government. 

Motley Wisdom says:

A Serendipitous Read I have not been a big fan of the Tommy and Tuppence episodes on PBS’ Agatha Christie series; however, this is a surprisingly well-written thriller even for Agatha Christie. The plot is convoluted, in a nice way, and the dialogue believable. I missed the mark completely in identifying the villain. Tommy and Tuppence are a nice break from Miss Marple and M. Poirot, and I recommend the book for anyone who enjoys Agatha Christie’s style.

J says:

Crime before technology I’ve recently become addicted to crime shows and books. In the age of “24” and CSI and all these hyper-tech worlds, there’s a novelty in going back to the 1920s when people left telegrams and couldn’t track the bad guy on satellite-powered traffic cameras.This version for Kindle doesn’t have an active table of contents. However, I just make a bookmark at the beginning of each chapter, so I don’t see what the big deal is. Thanks whoever made it available to us for free!

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