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  1. says:

    Choose Your Own AdventureYou are Captain Arthur Hastings and you are slowly falling in love with a Belgian The feelings are embarrassing at first; you find the Belgian himself to be uite an embarrassment But there is just something about him

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    Dear me Poirot I said with a sigh I think you have explained everything And how wonderful of you to wait until page 230 to finally shed light

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    If you've read my reviews before you know I love mystery fiction and in particular the classics Agatha Christie died in 1976 and I was born the following year Two things come to mind 1 It's a good thing I wasn't alive when she died because I would have been so miserable to be around 2 Since I was born just about a year later I'm wondering if maybe a small part of her lives on as I love her genius and her works of literature and I can re re

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    The Mysterious Affair at Styles Hercule Poirot #1 original publication year 1920Characters Hercule Poirot Inspector Japp Arthur Hast

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    February has been a tough month for me this time around I can't pinpoint it but there have been too many gray days even without the snow on the ground Spring is mercifully around the corner and with it sun and happier reading times ahead I tend to read mysteries as palette cleansers in between denser reads but at count I

  6. says:

    Ok Let's get down to business This is an old fashioned British mystery novel So much information Trying to keep it all stra

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    To celebrate completing my 1000th book of the decade I chose Agatha Christie’s first Hercule Poirot mystery novel for this reading s

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    With the exception of a racial slur so egregious I could hardly breathe when I read it it is difficult to believe

  9. says:

    Agatha Christie's first novel and it shows a somewhat convoluted story with too many red herrings and even an unneeded trial at the end written by the bored writer during the First World War the Great War no surprise when

  10. says:

    The Mysterious Affair at Styles Hercule Poirot #1 Agatha ChristieThe Mysterious Affair at Styles original publication year 1920 The famous case that launched the career of Hercule Poirot When a wealthy heiress is murdered Poirot steps out of retirement to find the killer As the master detective makes his way through the list of suspects he finds the solution in an elaborately planned scheme almost impossible to believeCharacters Hercule Poi

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Isoned and the authorities are baffled Poirot puts his prodigious sleuthing skills to work Suspects are plentiful including the victim’s much younger husband her resentful stepsons her longtime hired companion a young family friend working as a nurse and a London specialist o Ok Let s get down to business This is an old fashioned British mystery novel So much information Trying to keep it all straight in my head was extremely difficult My brain was all over the place but that s what makes a good mystery in my opinion This is the first book starring the world famous Hercule Poirot and his friend Hastings Poirot is an eccentric detective from Belgium who fled to England during WWI Hastings is a little on the dramatic side always jumps to the wrong conclusions and never catches on to the hints that Poirot throws his way It definitely helps inject some humor into what would normally be very dour subject matter The first part of this book other than the murder of course is a little slow due to character building so for about the first 100 pages After that Scotland Yard gets involved and that s when things start to get a bit interesting The investigation heats up There are six suspects People start being cleared or becoming suspicious At this point it could be anyone Everyone in this book seems a little shady for one reason or another The servants seem to be the only ones you don t suspect Also this book has a lot of dialogue You have the suspects talking to each other Poirot interviewing people for information and Poirot explaining clues and of course when he reveals everything at the end of the bookI might be a little biased because I love David Suchet as Poirot in the TV show but I really enjoyed this book It kept me guessing and it was intricate and interesting enough to keep my attention If you enjoy an old fashioned mystery but have never read Agatha Christie before this one is a good place to start Sweet Alien (Reestrian Mates, extremely difficult My brain was all over the place but that s what makes a good mystery in my opinion This is the first book starring the world famous Hercule Poirot and his friend Hastings Poirot is an Detective Wanda Wolfe eccentric detective from Belgium who fled to England during WWI Hastings is a little on the dramatic side always jumps to the wrong conclusions and never catches on to the hints that Poirot throws his way It definitely helps inject some humor into what would normally be very dour subject matter The first part of this book other than the murder of course is a little slow due to character building so for about the first 100 pages After that Scotland Yard gets involved and that s when things start to get a bit interesting The investigation heats up There are six suspects People start being cleared or becoming suspicious At this point it could be anyone Everyone in this book seems a little shady for one reason or another The servants seem to be the only ones you don t suspect Also this book has a lot of dialogue You have the suspects talking to Riverside. Sen w wysokiej rozdzielczości each other Poirot interviewing people for information and Poirot Dreams of Glass explaining clues and of course when he reveals Zawieszenie niewiary everything at the Healing Sex end of the bookI might be a little biased because I love David Suchet as Poirot in the TV show but I really Spark (Stronger, enjoyed this book It kept me guessing and it was intricate and interesting Wonder Woman and Philosophy enough to keep my attention If you Sozialismus Und Kapitalistische Gesellschaftsordnung enjoy an old fashioned mystery but have never read Agatha Christie before this one is a good place to start

Characters The Mysterious Affair at Styles

N poisons who just happens to be visiting the nearby village All of them have secrets they are desperate to keep but none can outwit Poirot as he navigates the ingenious red herrings and plot twists that earned Agatha Christie her well deserved reputation as the ueen of mystery Agatha Christie s first novel and it shows a somewhat convoluted story with too many red herrings and even an unneeded trial at the end written by the bored writer during the First World War the Great War no surprise when rejected by the publishers until 1920 Don t get me wrong this is a highly entertaining book for the mystery fan though with a little experience the eagle will fly Now the murder case set in the majestic estate of Styles home of a wealthy woman Emily Inglethorp 70 she recently married a man twenty years her junior no reason to state people are dubious of his motives and ardor The lady is no old fool just the wrong man she selects and soon regrets but the factual cliche states love is blind Mr Alfred Inglethorp is unloved by relatives of the unblushing bride her two stepsons John and Lawrence Cavendish especially John s pretty wife Mary is acting rather in a puzzling way and a new will which changes the future for them but not for the better doesn t help his popularity Hercule Poirot a Belgian refugee from the German invasion one of the 250000 living in England they were asked to go back home after the war and grateful to Mrs Inglethorp for her financial assistance A well known detective in Belgium short in stature eccentric in manners a funny looking gentleman with the strange appearing mustache who the public here cannot take seriously A poisoning in the edifice brings the situation to a boil death is so final everything else seems trivial still Inspector Japp from the renowned Scotland Yard in a rural atmosphere seems like the proverbial fish out of water luckily Poirot an old friend is nearby to clear the picture as others mock the foreigner s abilities However Poirot in his debut radiates magnetism the reader never tires of him or the many novels which follow decade after decade the legend has become solidified like steel Mr Arthur Hastings a friend of Hercules as well as the family of Emily Inglethorp living at Styles Court and is the clueless narrator a man always one step behind the great sleuth frustrated by his furtive behavior He only learns the truth when the master investigator reveals it Arthur an amateur with misguided thoughts has discovered a genius and all his skepticism disappears so do the uite impressed people at Styles Court A promising beginning which bears fruition the final words

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Agatha Christie's debut novel was the first to feature Hercule Poirot her famously eccentric Belgian detective A refugee of the Great War Poirot is settling in England near Styles Court the country estate of his wealthy benefactress the elderly Emily Inglethorp When Emily is po Dear me Poirot I said with a sigh I think you have explained everything And how wonderful of you to wait until page 230 to finally shed light on all your absurd behavior throughout the book and to justify and the red herrings and narrative padding But of course it could only be so in the classic style of a fiendish murder mystery Why in fact though this is but the first case we have solved together I have no doubt we could do the exact same thing as many as 86 times depending on if you count the smaller casesuite so mon ami Poirot chuckled You make such a reliably dim witted WatsonI looked at Poirot in silent amazement The colossal cheek of the little man Then we drank some tea and he kissed me passionately on the mouth

  • Paperback
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  • The Mysterious Affair at Styles
  • Agatha Christie
  • English
  • 01 August 2019
  • 9780646418438

About the Author: Agatha Christie

Mary Westmacott and was occasionally published under the name