©1937 Agatha Christie Limited. A Chorion Company. All rights reserved; (P)1984 Music for Pleasure Ltd. This edition (P)1999 HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, London UK
"All four tales are admirable entertainment...her solutions are unexpected and satisfying." (Daily Mail)
Only the first story is read by Nigel Hawthorne. Which is just as well, as, in my opinion, his Poirot characterisation is absolutely atrocious and at times the accent sounded more German than anything else. It was most distracting. Thankfully the other stories were read by the always-excellent Hugh Fraser.
The running order is as follows -
Murder in the Mews
The Incredible Theft
Dead Man's Mirror
Triangle at Rhodes
Nigel Hawthorn did a great job of narrating this book. I'm not use to hearing him narrate but he did a good job
This audio book was outstanding there was a bit of everything for everyone.
I have really enjoyed listening to this audio book.
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