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When an elderly priest is murdered, the killer searches the victim so roughly that his already ragged cassock is torn in the process. What was the killer looking for? And what had a dying woman confided to the priest on her deathbed only hours earlier?
Mark Easterbrook and his sidekick Ginger Corrigan are determined to find out. Maybe the three women who run The Pale Horse public house, and who are rumored to practice the “Dark Arts,” can provide some answers?--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
I have been a Christie fan for over two years, since I was twelve, and I found this to be a nice little diversion from Hercule Poirot's little gray cells and Miss Marple's village... Read morePublished on Jan. 13 2004 by Lisa
This is another stellar effort from ms Christie. A great puzzle. it is very different - certainly at first glane - to the basis of most of her novels, and is very original. Read morePublished on June 28 2002 by RachelWalker
A priest is murdered immediately after hearing a dying woman's confession--and investigators soon discover a list of names concealed in his shoe. Read morePublished on Dec 5 2001 by Gary F. Taylor
The Pale Horse is the name of an organization whose business is murder, akin to the Mafia or other nefarious gangster-style groups. Read morePublished on June 13 2001 by Antoinette Klein
i am a great agatha christie fan and have read quite a lot of her mysteries. and i daresay this is one of her finest, true Agatha-style pieces. Read morePublished on Feb. 23 2001 by "merrysallahbar"
First of all, I have to say that this was not like Agatha Christie's usual writing style, but, never the less, it was fantastic!! Read morePublished on Jan. 26 2001
I wish there were more Ariadne Oliver books. There are many plot twists and the murderer is difficult to figure out. A great book.Published on Aug. 9 2000 by Moe811
I have been a mystery lover for a long time, and knowing Christie's genius for a quality mystery, I hoped that THE PALE HORSE was a great book. But, it was rather mediocre. Read morePublished on July 14 2000