Murder in Three Acts



A Cocktail Party Ends In Murder, But Who Did It Why And For That Matter, How No Real Cause Of Death Has Been Established It S A Real Baffler And It S Prompting Hercule Poirot To Ask Another Questionwho S NextMurder in Three Acts

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  • Paperback
  • 230 pages
  • Murder in Three Acts
  • Agatha Christie
  • English
  • 27 June 2017
  • 0425090418

10 thoughts on “Murder in Three Acts

  1. says:

    Three Act Tragedy Murder in three acts Hercule Poirot 11 , Agatha Christie 1891 1976 2010 1372 185 20 1373 197 Three Act Tragedy Murder in three acts Hercule Poirot 11 , Agatha Christie 1891 1976 2010 1372 185 20 1373 197 20 1388 293 9789643634117

  2. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I freely admit to my own bias the reason I recently gave Peril at End House only 3 stars is the same reason I am giving Three Act Tragedy five I solved End House with embarrassing speed for reasons outlined in my review , whereas Three Act Tragedy blindsided me I was absolutely convinced that the murderer was Miss Milray, and that she had dressed in drag as the butler I think Christie predicted that the careful rea...

  3. says:

    Simply delicious, butPoirot would have been appreciated Plus, now I can t get my mind off of the idea of Mr Quinn magically popping up to pair up with Poirot and his old friend Satterthwaite who is in this book and to whom I owe this bookish dream of mine.

  4. says:

    I guess it s a testament in and of itself that when it comes to Agatha Christie, I devour a book in one sitting, remain thoroughly lost to the outside world in the interim, and never even read the synopsis I wholeheartedly trust that whichever book I pick will be worthwhile.But then, Agatha Christie was my childhood Say what you will, but even when it comes to evil and muuuuuuuurder, we tend to trust our childhood Nostalgia Memories Rose tinted glasses.And, in Agatha Christie s case I guess it s a testament in and of itself that when it comes to Agatha Christie, I devour a book in one sitting, remain thoroughly lost to the outside world in the interim, and never even read the synopsis I wholeheartedly trust that whichever book I pick will be worthwhile.But then, Agatha Christie was my childhood Say what you will, but even when it comes to evil and muuuuuuuurder, we tend to trust our childhood Nostalgia Memories Rose tinted glasses.And, in Agatha Christie s case a repeated justification of all of the above The titular Queen of Crime is just that good for me Beware the inherent bias It is strong in this one Three Act Tr...

  5. says:

    Really enjoyable, as Agatha Christie always is.

  6. says:

    Illumination by HERCULE POIROT Christie seems here to have had fun by using the theatre, which she loved, to shape the form and content of this novel As the title announces, the story is broken into three acts Suspicion, Certainty and Discovery Actors take the limelight in the midst of theusual characters, such as doctors, priests and aristocracy, that people Agatha s casts.Poirot is actually absent for most of the narration, the investigative work done instead by Sir Charles CartwrigIllumination by HERCULE POIROT Christie seems here to have had fun by using the theatre, which she loved, to shape the form and content of this novel As the title announces, the story is broken into three acts Suspicion, Certainty and Discovery Actors take the limelight in the midst of theusual characters, such as doctors, priests and aristocracy, that people Agatha s casts.Poirot is actually absen...

  7. says:

    A unique book in the sense that Mr Satterthwaite, usually associated with Mr Quin, plays second fiddle to Poirot here.I did not like the book as much as some of her others except for a daring premise view spoiler a dress rehearsal for a murder hide spoiler which left me totally dumbfounded.

  8. says:

    DNF.I didn t like it I found it very boring in a lot of moments and trust me, I love Agatha s books but this one was boring.

  9. says:

    Poirot 11 Christie s and Poirot s Class in Observation The trouble is, that nobody observes anything, Mr Crossfield said.How do we observe Christie, continuing her focus on theater based mysteries, supposes through Poirot that actors, playwrights, theater goers and detectives all can observe closely, though they will obviously typically notice different things But who observes best, according to Poirot You guessed it A coolly rational egg head shaped Belgian Story A recently retired Poirot 11 Christie s and Poirot s Class in Observation The trouble is, that nobody observes anything, Mr Crossfield said.How do we observe Christie, continuing her focus on theater based mysteries, supposes through Poirot that actors, playwrights, theater goers and detectives all can observe closely, though they will obvious...

  10. says:

    Three Act Tragedy, first published as Murder in Three Acts in 1934, proves that an Hercule Poirot novel with very little Hercule Poirot just doesn t rise to Dame Agatha Christie s usual high standards.Charming, inoffensive Reverend Stephen Babbington suffers a fatal seizure after sipping a rye martini at a house party hosted by Sir Charles Cartwright, a famous stage actor with lots of charm and healthy self regard The authorities chalk it up to natural causes, but Sir Charles has some suspicion Three Act T...

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