The Big Four: A Hercule Poirot Mystery
Famed private eye Hercule Poirot tackles international intrigue and espionage in this classic Agatha Christie mystery.
Framed in the doorway of Hercule Poirot's bedroom stands an uninvited guest, coated from head to foot in dust. The man stares for a moment, then he sways and falls. Who is he? Is he suffering from shock or just exhaustion? Above all, what is the significance of the figure 4, scribbled over and over again on a sheet of paper?
Poirot finds himself plunged into a world of international intrigue, risking his life—and that of his "twin brother"—to uncover the truth.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - haloedrain - LibraryThing
Really more of a spy novel than a mystery, though there were some smaller murder mysteries in there (another reviewer says these started out as independent short stories that were stiched together ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - nx74defiant - LibraryThing
Quite different from the TV version with David Suchet. I made it a point not to look at information about the differences prior to reading the book. I really enjoyed it. Poor Hastings gets put through the ringer. Read full review
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