The Tragedy of Marsdon Manor: A Hercule Poirot Short Story

June 18, 2016 - Comment

An aging, heavily-insured country squire whose estate is in financial ruin is thought to have committed suicide. Hercule Poirot investigates, in the guise of a representative of the victim’s insurance company, to uncover the identity of the real murderer. Related Related posts: The Tradegy At Marsdon Manor (Caple Books Classic Short Stories) (Volume 2) The

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An aging, heavily-insured country squire whose estate is in financial ruin is thought to have committed suicide. Hercule Poirot investigates, in the guise of a representative of the victim’s insurance company, to uncover the identity of the real murderer.

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D. Autrey says:

Classic Poirot mysteries have to be judged by the whole collection as Agatha Christie developed the character and genre over an extended period of time. There’s no such thing as a bad Poirot story. Only some are better than others.

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.”

thorfinn says:

An inventive story This is an inventive story. It does appear in collections but as a short read it is very good.Be sure you have not read it elsewhere.

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