Murder in the Mews is a collection of four short stories/novellas featuring Hercule Poirot. Overall, they are enjoyable but I believe that Christie is at her best with full length novels. The first story, Murder in the Mews, was the star of this bunch. Is it suicide? Is it murder?
Now that I’ve seen all of the BBC Poirot adaptations (with the exception of Curtain which I don’t think I will ever be prepared for mentally), it’s interesting to match the written story with the screen story. I vividly recall the details of the MitM adaptation and it actually made reading this more interesting, which is rare.
3.5/5 stars and a must read for fans.