Mini-Review: Thirteen at Dinner aka Lord Edgware Dies (Hercule Poirot #9) by Agatha Christie

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My reviews of the Christie mysteries are becoming repetitious.  “Brilliant.” “Well Paced.” “Character Driven.” “Structurally interesting.” All of these apply to Lord Edgware Dies or as my copy is named Thirteen at Dinner.

The best of the Poirot series include twists, turns and misdirection.  And, I love it!

5/5 stars.

 

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