All aboard Le Train Bleu, bound for the Riviera. Among the passengers is heiress Ruth Kettering, bailing out of a doomed marriage and en route to see her former lover. Pity she's found murdered in her luxury compartment. All Hercule Poirot has for ...
clues is the victim's secret life, and what unfolds is positively scandalous.
Very nice drawings. They fit perfectly the time when the story is set and the social class described. The plot by Agatha Christie is as always nicely arranged. Events are conveyed very well by comics, because of the large number of dialogues
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First time I met Poirot. It is a nice story, but it really did not impress me. It seems quite a cliché: a train, a betrayed wife who wants divorce, the husband with a lover, the husband's lover (french dancer)....