When it comes to the Queen of Crime, I’ve read (and collected) a lot of her books. I love Hercule Poirot, and like Miss Marple. Even some of her standalone books are top notch too. I didn’t know what to expect from this book, but it was AC, and she rarely fails to deliver interesting books!Continue reading “Book Review: Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?, by Agatha Christie”
Just when I was thinking an author cannot surprise me more, this book comes along. Quaint English villages weren’t enough for murder mysteries, perhaps, so Dame Agatha Christie goes a step further with this… a crime fiction in ancient Egypt.
Peril at End House is the eighth book in the Hercule Poirot series. The famous Belgian detective is vacationing at the seaside village of St. Loo in the south of England, claiming to have retired.
When a book is made into a movie, it gets a bit more noticed on the bookshelves too. I’ve heard of a few books only after seeing the movie. When the movie based on this book came out a couple of months back, I decided that this book has to be read. I only got around to reading it now.
When it comes to crime fiction, one author I turn to without doubt is Dame Agatha Christie. The queen of crime is one of my favorite authors, and I’ve loved reading many of her books. I chose to read this as part of a reading challenge I’m taking part this year. The challenge asked me to read a book with the word “house” in the title, and for some reason, this is the first book that came to mind.