Book #97 was Three Act Tragedy, the 10th of Agatha Christie’s Hercule Poirot books. The back of the book reads:
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 question…who’s next?
I found this to be a sub-par Poirot novel. It just wasn’t a particularly compelling mystery. Only mildly entertaining, and somewhat predictable.
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