The Murder on the Links (Paperback)
A malformation of the grey cells may coincide quite easily with the face of a Madonna. - PoirotIn the second outing of Hercule Poirot, the world-famous Belgian detective is called to France. Upon his arrival, he discovers the body of his client Paul Roland lying in a freshly dug grave on the golf course. Inspector Giraud of the Paris S ret believes he knows who is responsible - but something doesn't add up. Only Poirot is able to avoid the traps and red herrings laid by the killer, and it will take all his brilliance to solve this shocking murder. Agatha Christie is the most enduringly popular writers from the golden age of crime fiction. Full of wit, intrigue and clever twists, Murder on the Links is Christie at her best. ABOUT THE SERIES: Agatha Christie Classics presents this best-loved author's earliest mystery novels, brought to you with striking new cover designs.
About the Author
Agatha Christie (1890-1976) was one of Britain's most beloved crime writers, best known for her series of novels featuring the detective Hercule Poirot. Over the course of her career she wrote 66 novels, as well as a number of short story collections, and she was appointed a Dame Commander of the British Empire for her services to literature.
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