Three Act Tragedy

Three Act Tragedy

Book - 1972
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Thirteen guests arrive at the actor's house for dinner. Reverend Stephen Babbington chokes on his cocktail, goes into convulsions and dies. But when his Martini glass is sent for chemical analysis, there is no trace of poison - just as Poirot had predicted.
Publisher: London : Published for the Crime Club by Collins, 1972, c1934.
Edition: The Greenway ed.
ISBN: 9780002318167
0002318164
Characteristics: 253 p. ;,21 cm. --
Alternative Title: Murder in three acts.

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athena14
Oct 07, 2016

Far too little Poirot; far too much the discreet gentleman Satterthwaite. "Egg" is just too silly a toddler's nickname to live on to adulthood.

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pattypi
Aug 11, 2016

Once again Hercule Poirot's grey matter rises above the rest. Lots of possibilities and characters to love and/or despise.

Well worth reading.

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newfieshawn
Dec 22, 2014

Great book with a great ending like all Agatha Christie books

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pattypi
Aug 11, 2016

Eh Bien!

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