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Curtain The House Guests At Styles Seemed Perfectly Normal To Captain Hastings There Was His Own Daughter Judith, An Inoffensive Ornithologist Called Norton, Dashing Mr Allerton, Brittle Miss Cole, Doctor Franklin And His Fragile Wife Barbara, Nurse Craven, Colonel Luttrell And His Charming Wife Daisy, And The Charismatic Boyd Carrington So Hastings Was Shocked When Poirot Declared That One Of Them Was A Five Times Murderer True, The Ageing Detective Was Crippled With Arthritis, But Had His Deductive Instincts Finally Deserted Him

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  • Hardcover
  • 240 pages
  • Curtain
  • Agatha Christie
  • English
  • 14 October 2018
  • 0002316196

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  1. says:

    Curtain Hercule Poirot 39 , Agatha ChristieCurtain Hercule Poirot 39 , Written about 1940, published 1975, Agatha Christie 1891 1976 Characters Hercule Poirot, John Franklin, Barbara Franklin, Judith Hastings, Stephen Norton.Abstract The crime fighting careers of Hercule Poirot and Captain Hastings have come full circle they are back once again in the rambling country house in which they solved their first murder together Both Poirot and Great Styles have seen better days but, despite Curtain Hercule Poirot 39 , Agatha ChristieCurtain Hercule Poirot 39 , Written about 1940, published 1975, Agatha Christie...

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    Rating The Full FiveWhen this novel came out in 1975, my older sister was a bookshop owner and gave me and our mother a copy to savor None of the three of us were particular Christie nuts My sister felt that Dame Ags played gawd with the clues a bit too muchmy mother found Poirot insufferably smug I read t...

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    Curtain Hercule Poirot 39 , Written about 1940, published 1975, Agatha Christie 1891 1976 Abstract The crime fighting careers of Hercule Poirot and Captain Hastings have come full circle they are back once again in the rambling country house in which they solved their first murder together Both Poirot and Great Styles have seen better days but, despite being crippled with arthritis, there is nothing wrong with the ...

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    You Chose Your Own Adventure You are the killer you kill yourself You deserve it Or do you Are you the hero or the villain But what does it matter in the end, death comes to us all Your adventure is over.If you decide to reject your notorious life and start anew, choose

  5. says:

    Agatha Christie s swan song for her most famous character, Hercule Poirot, fittingly returns him and and his friend Arthur Hastings to the setting of her very first novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles Aside from the fact that it s Poirot s final case, a rather unusual twist and the recurring Othello theme make this one of Christie sme...

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    For a murderer, my friend, isconceited than any creature on this earth A murderer is alwaysclever than anyone else no one will ever suspect him or her the police will be utterly baffled The above quote is a perfect way to describe this mystery.I have been wanting to read this for some time now and what better day than Christie s birthday.I have now read numerous mysteries by Christie but there is no pattern apart from a cozy setting Each and every mystery, murder suspects, the eFor a murderer, my friend, isconceited than any creature on this earth A murderer is alwaysclever than anyone else no one will ever suspect him or her the police will be utterly baffled The above quote is a perfect way to describe this mystery.I have been wanting to read this for some time now and what better day than Christie s birthday.I have now read numerous mysteries by Christie but there is no pattern apart from a cozy setting Each and every mystery, murder suspects, the end is unique and it baffles me as generally when you read many books by one author some things do become predictable.The only thing I have learnt after reading Agatha Christie books is that expect the unexpected and ...

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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Spoilers ahoy I admit it, I teared up at the end I don t want Poirot ever to die However, two things comforted me one is that this was not actually the last novel Dame Agatha wrote about Poirot, not by a long shot Since Elephants Can Remember is largely regarded as a weak later effort, I think of Hallowe en Party as the last excellent novel written about Poirot Curtain was written somewhere around WWII most likely, and put away to be released decades later as Agatha neared the end of her l Spoilers ahoy I admit it, I teared up at the end I don t want Poirot ever to die However, two things comforted me one is that this was not actually the last novel Dame Agatha wrote about Poirot, not by a long shot Since Elephants Can Remember is largely regarded as a weak later effort, I think of Hallowe en Party as the last excellent novel written about Poirot Curtain was written somewhere around WWII most likely, and put away to be released decades later as Agatha neared the end of her long career So it is always possible to read the novels in chronological order and pretend that Poirot is back from the dead for all his many post WWII cases, rather like Sherlock Holmes return from The Final Problem But the biggest comfor...

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    Curtain Poirot s Last Case Nothing is so sad, in my opinion, as the devastation wrought by age Hastings, on PoirotI m done, whew, having read all of 38 Christie Poirot novels and a couple shor stpry collections in order of publication, over the past 2 3 years Thank you I am tired, but feeling a small sense of accomplishment I ll listen again to And Then There Were None and will not read Christie again for awhile, I am sure.Christie, fearing for her life during WWII, wrote the last Poir Curtain Poirot s Last Case Nothing is so sad, in my opinion, as the devastation wrought by age Hastings, on PoirotI m done, whew, having read all of 38 Christie Poirot novels and a couple shor stpry collections in order of publication, over the past 2 3 year...

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    A masterpiece for finishing the series Although I haven t read all the books, only 5 6 I read what I had in hand.A really good crime plot I guessed some parts about the story, but not the parts of murdere...

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    It would be wrong to say I loved this book despite the 5 stars I hated it I love Poirot so much that I couldn t bear to see him pass beyond the veil.That said, I consider this one a fantastic mystery and one which could be resolved only this way, with the death of the detective read the book, and you ll get what I mean Many people have complained that the premise is far fetched, but IMO, that is i...

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