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Hallowe'en Party A teenage murder witness is drowned in a tub of apples At a Hallowe en party, Joyce a hostile thirteen year old boasts that she once witnessed a murder When no one believes her, she storms off home But within hours her body is found, still in the house, drowned in an apple bobbing tub That night, Hercule Poirot is called in to find the evil presence But first he must establish whether he is looking for a murderer or a double murderer

10 thoughts on “Hallowe'en Party

  1. says:

    The past is the father of the present The crime writers who write like Christie are few The ones who try to write mysteries similar to her own are non existent I may sound harsh, but those who struggle to imitate her should take a step back and reconsider And why is that Because she underst

  2. says:

    Are you always looking for that perfect Autumnal read Maybe you aren t a fan of horror, you don t want to be literally afraid, but still want the feeling of the Halloween season If this is the case, than this may be the perfect book for you I read Hallowe en Party last year on Halloween nigh

  3. says:

    I am a big fan of Agatha Christie I love her writing and have read piles and piles of her books.So I feel a bit queasy when my first review of one of her books is panning it.But I can t recommend this book to anyone especially not to anyone who hasn t read Agatha Christie before You might get

  4. says:

    Hallowe en Party Hercule Poirot 39, Ariadne Oliver 7 , Agatha ChristieHallowe en Party is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie and first published in November 1969 At a Hallowe en party held at Rowena Drake s home in Woodleigh Common, thirteen year old Joyce Reynolds tells everyone a

  5. says:

    While some of Agatha Christie s mysteries remain immensely satisfying, there are a few that just don t work, whether from cultural shift or aexperimental approach I was worried when I picked up Hallowe en Party I had been operating with a suspicion that her best work was earlier in her extensiv

  6. says:

    What a fun Halloween read this one was A fan of Agatha Christie, I ve had this one on my TBR pile for too long For the last three years I have checked this book out for Halloween with grand plans to read it And something always comes up Last year, my mother in law snagged it from me and read it

  7. says:

    What started out as a unique and interesting mystery soon turned into a rather tedious read with bland characters and a repetitive storyline The resolution was acceptable yet disappointing as it seemed to be a jumble of happenings that an amateur detective or reader could not have pieced together

  8. says:

    Read for my IRL book club Based on the publisher s blurb that Dame Agatha s sales are exceeded only by Shakespeare s and the Bible, my failure to appreciate what the entire reading world cherishes no doubt speaks to some dark blot on my soul.

  9. says:

    Choose Your Own Adventure You are a truly annoying little girl A busybody, a liar Who can trust you For the good of the community, a bobbin for apples you must go like permanently But death is not the end From on high you witness the actions of a strange mustached man and his flighty authoress side

  10. says:

    3.5 stars I had my hunches and finally figured out most of the mystery, with a 1 4 of the book left.It can happen friends but is very rare with AC books It s so rare, it s kind of like seeing a yeti for the first time This was a fun book and an interesting ending.Not one of her best books but still

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