A die-hard fan of Agatha Christie since the age of 13 – when she read all of her novels – British writer Sophie Hannah offers a Christie family-authorized sequel to the Adventures of Hercule Poirot in Murders at Kingfisher Hill. The detailed police investigation, set in the world of Agatha Christie, is a real joy to read and shows the immense talent of Sophie Hannah.
In 1931, Hercule Poirot and Inspector Catchpool urgently had to go to Kingfisher Hill, where an imposing mansion had turned into a crime scene. They were summoned by a very strange letter: they are asked to solve the murder of the oldest son of the Devonports, Laurence, provided they do so without the knowledge of all residents.
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