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    Agatha Christie is such a crafty devil that midway through a novel she might have you believing that YOU are the murdererIndeed The AB

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    Aggie you wily old bird You got me again

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    The ABC Murders Agatha ChristieThe ABC Murders is a work of detective fiction by British writer Agatha Christie featuring her characters Hercule Poirot Arthur Hastings and Chief Inspector Japp as they contend with a series of killings by a mysterious murderer known only as ABC The book was first published in the UK by the Collins Crime Club

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    Back when I had an Audible subscription I acuired 2 literature courses and one of them is called The Secrets of Great Mystery and Suspense Fiction It is a history of the genre and its many ramifications There are uite a few books mentioned and I am planning to read most of them as they appear in the lectures Since Agatha

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    Arthur Hastings came to Great Britain He visited Poirot and was just in time to see an anonymous letter the great detective received Somebody

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    I try to get my math students to read mysteries because the logical skills of finding a pattern and using inductive and deductive reasoning are often skillfully laid out If you've read this book you know why its one that I use to illustrate that point in my class Sadly the point is underappreciated by my high school students

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    My musings to follow later but a great detective storyAt Christmas 2018 I watched the latest televised version of this wonderful story starring John Malkovich as Hercule Poirot Now in my opinion if I hadn't known it was meant to be Poirot I wouldn't have guessed It was a good and enjoyable tv detective story but in my vie

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    I have mentioned many times in my goodreads reviews that I enjoy reading mysteries as palette cleansers in between tougher books In the midst of African American history month I absolutely needed to settle down

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    The ABC Murders is an ingenious novel from 1936 by Agatha Christie The thirteenth book to feature Hercule Poirot her retired Belgian detective it is well up there with her best We have the banter between Poirot and Captain Hastings pl

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    The book starts off with a methodical serial killer sending Hercule Poirot a letter of a future murder Did a person just die and how do they find the victimEnter the mind of the great Agatha ChristieI loved that Agatha Christie went in a completely new direction with this plot She usually does a singular murder not a manhunt on stopping a serial killerThe last part of the book made this a 4 star book for meIt

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When Alice Asher is murdered in Andover Hercule Poirot is already on to the clues Alphabetically speaking it's one down twenty five to goThe Aggie you wily old bird You got me again

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Asher bludgeoned to death in Andover; and B is for Betty Bernard strangled with her belt on the beach at Bexhill; then who will Victim C be I have mentioned many times in my goodreads reviews that I enjoy reading mysteries as palette cleansers in between tougher books In the midst of African American history month I absolutely needed to settle down with a uick whodunit I noticed that one of my goodreads groups was reading an Agatha Christie case I hadn t read yet so I decided to join them in their read of the ABC Murders As usual Hercule Poirot saves the day The ABC Murders is Christie s thirteenth case featuring Poirot She had already written Murder on the Orient Express which cemented her position as one of the top mystery writers in the world By this point in her career Christie had found a formula that worked for Poirot He was retired and enjoying life either traveling or at an estate in London In this installment Colonel Hastings happens to be visiting Poirot and as usual murder happens to find him This time the murder is in the form of a letter addressed to him and unlike in previous cases the murderer is notifying Poirot of when the crime will taken place and daring the Belgian sleuth to stop him He signs his letters Mr ABC With the bumbling assistance of Hastings and Inspectors Japp and Crome of Scotland Yard Poirot is on the case immediately So much for a happy retirement The first murder is Mrs Alice Ascher of Andover Next to her body is an ABC Railways guide and Poirot correctly surmises that the train schedule is a link to the murders that ABC is plotting He then receives a second letter announcing a murder in Bexhill Sure enough the victim is one Betty Barnard with an ABC schedule next to her body The public is horrified with reporters urging people whose names start with C to be on high alert Like clock work the next victim is one Carmichael Clarke of Churston Could Mr ABC get through the entire alphabet before Poirot catches him One would think not Of course Poirot uses his gray cells to outsmart the other police on the case As usual Christie withholds one key clue until the end of the book to keep readers on their toes This frustrates some would be sleuths at home who would like to be able to solve the case before the Belgian mustachioed detective but the leaving out a piece of information is what has me reading until the end Christie has readers think that one Alexander Bonaparte Cust Mr ABC is a serial killer but it isn t so simple and Poirot knows it He also knows that the killer s luck will change like a roulette table changes from black to red He knows that the killer could not possibly get through an entire alphabet of victims Agatha Christie held my attention for the half day it took me to get through this case With this formula I knew just what to expect as she develops a plot around Hercule Poirot Dame Christie always makes for fun reading and that is what makes her the ueen of crime My palette is now cleansed and I can use my little grey cells to engage in tougher reads until the next time that I read a case featuring my favorite Belgian sleuth 4 stars Spark (Stronger, enjoy reading mysteries as palette cleansers in between tougher books In the midst of African American history month I absolutely needed to settle down with a uick whodunit I noticed that one of my goodreads groups was reading an Agatha Christie case I hadn t read yet so I decided to join them in their read of the ABC Murders As usual Hercule Poirot saves the day The ABC Murders is Christie s thirteenth case featuring Poirot She had already written Murder on the Orient Express which cemented her position as one of the top mystery writers in the world By this point in her career Christie had found a formula that worked for Poirot He was retired and Wonder Woman and Philosophy enjoying life Sozialismus Und Kapitalistische Gesellschaftsordnung either traveling or at an Sponsor. 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Re's a serial killer on the loose His macabre calling card is to leave the ABC Railway guide beside each victim's body But if A is for Alice I try to get my math students to read mysteries because the logical skills of finding a pattern and using inductive and deductive reasoning are often skillfully laid out If you ve read this book you know why its one that I use to illustrate that point in my class Sadly the point is underappreciated by my high school students