The ABC Murders
by Agatha Christie
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Alice Ascher, a shopkeeper in Andover, is bludgeoned to death at her place of work. Next to die is Miss Bernard in Bexhill, then Mr. Clarke in Churston. More disturbing than the alphabetic sequence of the killings or the ABC Railway guide that the killer leaves at the scene of each crime are the taunting notes Hercule Poirot receives each time the killer is about to strike again. It is one of Poirot' s most challenging cases yet.

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rereading this after many years; Agatha Christie is always worth reading, and I like this story - lots of good misdirections and thought processes from Poirot and Hastings!
wilkinsjordanwilkinsjordan wrote a review
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rereading this after many years; Agatha Christie is always worth reading, and I like this story - lots of good misdirections and thought processes from Poirot and Hastings!