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Beautiful Caroline Crale was convicted of poisoningher husband, but just like the nursery rhyme, therewere five other “little pigs” who could have done it:Philip Blake (the stockbroker), who went to market;Meredith Blake (the amateur herbalist), who stayedat home; Elsa Greer (the three-time divorcée), whohad her roast beef; Cecilia Williams (the devotedgoverness), who had none; and Angela Warren (thedisfigured sister), who cried all the way home.
Sixteen years later, Caroline’s daughter is determinedto prove her mother’s innocence, and Poirotjust can’t get that nursery rhyme out of his mind.
If you enjoy Poirot as a character and Christie as an author, you will like this book.Published 17 days ago by maverick33
I thought I had figured out whodunit, but Christie fooled me again! Good story!Published 20 days ago by Julie A. Tweedt
Such intricate plotting and planning. I loved it as a teen, still loving it in my fifties. A must read.Published 27 days ago by Christianne Rival
Write a review about an Agatha Christie mystery? They're ALL good, aren't they?Published 1 month ago by Christine Davey
Mesmerizing... Agatha Christie masterfully manipulates the plot by exploring how different people interpret what they've seen and heard based on previous assumptionsPublished 1 month ago by Richard W Harrington
All the while reading the book, I got tired of Agatha Christie 's obsession of nursery rhymes. The same story repeated by 5 people and all of them seeming almost the same, wears... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Sumit Anvekar
I first read this book when I was a child. The characters, some of whom were casually cruel have remained vivid in my mind. Agatha Christie was such an acute observer of behavior. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Bookseeker
This was one of the best! I would always recommend any Agatha Christie book, but this one is a real winner.Published 2 months ago by Frances J. Mills