Thursday, January 5, 2012
REVIEW: The Mysterious Affair at Styles by Agatha Christie
Author: Agatha Christie
Date Published: First published in 1920
Page Count: 294 pages
Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
Brief Synopsis: The famous case that launched the career of Hercule Poirot. When a wealthy heiress is murdered, Poirot steps out of retirement to find the killer. As the master detective makes his way through the list of suspects, he finds the solution in an elaborately planned scheme almost impossible to believe.
I love Christie, and I think that Poirot is my favorite of all of her characters. He's just so eccentric. Anyway, this is another classic Christie. She takes you through this cast of characters, and takes you through them a few at a time, casts suspisicon from character to character and makes you change your mind a million times before the end. Basically, all I can say is that this is typical Christie, so if you like her work, you'll like this.
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