The Underdog and Other Stories (Hercule Poirot)

June 30, 2013 - Comment

A beautiful heiress, a dashing playboy, a handsome prince, and a forgotten recluse. What do they have in common? They’re all victims in a series of crimes only Hercule Poirot could solve. Related Related posts: The Witness for the Prosecution, and Other Stories (Hercule Poirot Mysteries) The Witness for the Prosecution, and Other Stories (Hercule

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Michele L. Worley says:

Poirot’s early career in London The stories herein first appeared in various magazines; they’re sorted here by original publication date rather than order of appearance in the book.

JR says:

fun little ride Entertaining little collection including the very funny title story; one of Poirot’s most hilarious cases. As stated in another review, the Cornish Mystery is identical to another tale in the Labors of Hercules (with a few slim changes)while the Plymouth Express is a very close prelude to Christie’s longer story (in novel form) The Mystery of the Blue Train (again with almost identical similarities.) Some of the tales are in third person then abruptly turn to first person when Col. Hastings…

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