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This novel has an interesting cast of characters and the ship setting works well.
With her clean writing style, over a dozen suspects and numerous red herrings, the author will keep most readers guessing until the very end.
Death on the Nile is one of Agatha Christie’s Hercule Poirot mysteries and one of her best.
For some strange reason I immediately realized who the murderer is as soon as the murder occurred. But the story complicates in itself due to the subsequent incidents that you... Read morePublished 7 days ago by Sumit Anvekar
Great romping read - a love crime novels and this one doesn't miss. Of course, Agatha is a master and this is one of the bestPublished 14 days ago by Sandyoz
We are great fans of Hercule Poirot (my wife is of Belgian descent), and of Agatha Chritstie's books. The same can be said for all the books of hers that we've read.Published 15 days ago by James Church
Complaining about the "now-you-see- it, now you-don't " guilt of the cast of characters sailing the Nile proves it was mere curiosity that compelled me to read it to the... Read morePublished 15 days ago by Edward E. Goode
I've been reading Christie since I was about 10 years old. Believe me that was o long time ago. The Kindle Fire series are well done and reasonably priced, and available from... Read morePublished 18 days ago by sam
Many of Christie's mysteries have a small set of people isolated together (a moving train in the Orient Express) with one or more murders among that set and a murderer (or... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Carol Mello