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Among the towering red cliffs of Petra, like somemonstrous swollen Buddha, sits the corpse of Mrs.Boynton. A tiny puncture mark on her wrist is the onlysign of the fatal injection that killed her.
With only twenty-four hours available to solve themystery, Hercule Poirot recalled a chance remark he’doverheard back in Jerusalem: “You see, don’t you, thatshe’s got to be killed?” Mrs. Boynton was, indeed, themost detestable woman he’d ever met. . . .
Mrs. Boynton is one of Agatha Christie's most memorable characters. She is an absolute tyrant who rules her family with fear and the possibility of losing her financial backing. Read morePublished on Dec 28 2003 by Karen Potts
Talk about antogonist, our murder victim will have you hoping Poirot lets the guilty walk this time a la ......(won't spoil that title for ya). Read morePublished on Aug. 16 2003 by Jeffrey R. Bednar
This is a great book! It is about two doctors who are often running into a lady who is tyranting her family. Read morePublished on Aug. 19 2001
This is a great book! It is about two doctors who are often running into a lady who is tyranting her family. Read morePublished on Aug. 19 2001 by Craig Schwartz
This book has two parts. The first part is devoted to character development and to building the characters motives for murder. Poirot is mentioned only incidentally in this part. Read morePublished on Aug. 7 2001 by K. Hill
i thought this book was one of christie's best books right along 'and then there were none' and 'murder on the orient express'. Read morePublished on Sept. 6 2000 by Ashley
"You see, don't you, that she's got to be killed?"
Hercule Poirot overhears those words as he travels. Read more
I have read most of Ms.Christie's books in my native language and after learning English I want to read some of them in English. Read morePublished on Feb. 29 2000 by HP