Peril at End House by Agatha Christie


For once Hercule Poirot is stymied by an ingenious murderer.

Some feel this is one of Christie’s best plots.

After multiple (failed) murder attempts on Magdala “Nick” Buckley, the Belgian detective is convinced to give up on his holiday and find the killer.


Nobody would seem to gain anything by her death.

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