Three Act Tragedy (Hercule Poirot Mysteries)

July 7, 2013 - Comment

A cocktail party ends in murder, but who did it? Why? And for that matter, how? No real cause of death has been established. It’s a real baffler and it’s prompting Hercule Poirot to ask another question…who’s next? Related Related posts: Murder in the Mews: Four Cases of Hercule Poirot (Hercule Poirot Mysteries) The Mysterious

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George R Dekle "Bob Dekle" says:

A Tragedy in Three Acts THREE ACT TRAGEDY is one of my favorite “Hercule Poirot” novels. Its characters are intriguing, and the solution to the crime is amazingly clever. Agatha Christie establishes an atmosphere of foreboding in the very first chapter, as the likeable Mr. Satterthwaite (who here fills the role of the absent Captain Hastings) sits on the terrace of the Crows Nest resort, remarking on the personalities and the actions of the people around him, who include the retired actor Sir Charles Cartwright and…

RachelWalker "RachelW" says:

Not Christie’s Best The central characters of this mystery are an aging actor, his twentysomething admirer, and a man who often observes but seldom participates. The three join forces to solve the murders of a physician and a priest. They interview the suspects, conduct meetings, compare notes, and all the while a May-December romance brews between the actor and the youngish female admirer.

Anonymous says:

Christie-lite Call me daft, but i really really like this Christie novel.

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