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“There has never been, and probably never will be, a P.I. more fun to observe and listen to, than Hercule Poirot.” (Joseph Wambaugh, New York Times bestselling author)
“Makes uncommonly good reading.” (New York Times)
“Mrs. Christie at the top of her form.” (Dorothy L. Sayers, Sunday Times (London))
Sir Charles Cartwright should have known better than to allow thirteen guests to sit down for dinner. For at the end of the evening one of them is dead—choked by a cocktail that contained no trace of poison.
Predictable, says Hercule Poirot, the great detective. But entirely unpredictable is that he can find absolutely no motive for murder.…See all Product Description
THREE ACT TRAGEDY is one of my favorite "Hercule Poirot" novels. Its characters are intriguing, and the solution to the crime is amazingly clever. Read morePublished on Feb. 4 2004
A kindly vicar is poisoned via cocktail at an egocentric actor's party, leaving Poroit to sort through a number of suspicious characters and contradictory clues. Read morePublished on Dec 10 2001 by Gary F. Taylor
This book was originally published as "Murder in three Acts" A pretty good book but not one of hervery best.Published on July 23 2001 by Edwin A. Peckens
The central characters of this mystery are an aging actor, his twentysomething admirer, and a man who often observes but seldom participates. Read morePublished on May 30 2001 by George R Dekle
I thought that this Agatha Christie book was really great. The ending suprised me and the book was hard to put down.Published on April 19 2000
This book is the closest a mystery can come to being a math problem. We start with a couple of murders, we organise our little group of detectives, they interrogate ALL the... Read morePublished on May 22 1999