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‘Evil Under The Sun’ by Agatha Christie

When Captain Roger Angmering built himself a house in the year 1782 on the island off Leathercombe Bay, it was thought the height of eccentricity on his part. A man of good family such as he was should have had a decorous mansion set in wide meadows with, perhaps, a running stream and good pasture.

But Captain Roger Angmering had only one great love, the sea. So he built his house – a sturdy house too, as it needed to be, on the little windswept gull-haunted promontory – cut off from land at each high tide.

With Agatha Christie novels, I know exactly what kind of story I am going to get and that the standard of writing and plot building will be consistent. So now all I have to do is, curl up, relax and enjoy, while Poirot works his magic once again!

 

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Yvonne

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  • Hi Margaret,

    You just know what you are going to get from an Agatha Christie book, don’t you?

    This one certainly disappoint in any way and as I have not read any of her books for many years, it was all the more special.

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