Category Archives: Hercule Poirot by Agatha Christie

One of the classics, Hercule Poirot is Agatha Christie’s well-loved little Belgian detective. His sense of style, impeccable moustache and ability to solve brain-teasers has stood the test of time, and still entertains audiences today.

REVIEW: Peril At End House by Agatha Christie (Hercule Poirot #7)

Series: Hercule Poirot

Book Number: 7

Read this book for: classic Agatha Christie, interesting location, complicated story, classic mystery and crime fiction

Quick Review: A classic Hercule Poirot novel, and definitely one that captures the spirit of Poirot! Read for your fix of classic crime fiction.

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Poirot and companion Hastings are on holiday in the Cornish Riviera when Poirot is alarmed by hearing pretty, young Miss Nick Buckley describe several recent brushes with death. When he finds a bullet hole in her sunhat, he decides to come out of retirement to protect her – but can he find the would-be killer before they can accomplish their goal?

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REVIEW: Poirot Investigates by Agatha Christie (Hercule Poirot #3)

Series: Hercule Poirot

Book Number: 3

Read this book for: quick reads, classic mystery, quintessential detective, classic whodunnit puzzles

Quick Review: A quick and simple read with a lovely selection of classic Christie puzzles, although not essential canon Poirot reading.

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A series of short cases solved by the brilliant deductive powers of Hercule Poirot: from the mystery of the absurdly cheap flat to a locked room murder, a pharaoh’s curse to a mysterious robbery at sea, and even the abduction of a prime minister. See Poirot at work as he tests his mind against these fascinating puzzles.

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