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The Mysterious Affair at Styles Paperback – September 19, 2013
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This excellent audio production is recommended for discriminating listeners seeking quality audio additions to home libraries. Agatha Christie's tale presents master detective Hercule Poirot, who faces a Sherlock Holmes-style mystery complete with numerous suspects, a myriad of seemingly different clues, and real intrigue. Stan Winiarski's voice lends high drama and tension to this riveting story. --Midwest Book Review
About the Author
Agatha Christie, was an British crime writer of novels, short stories and plays. She also wrote romances under the name Mary Westmacott, but is remembered for her 80 detective novels and her successful West End theatre plays. Her works, particularly those featuring detectives Hercule Poirot and Miss Jane Marple, have given her the title the 'Queen of Crime' and made her an important writer in the development of the genre. Christie has been referred to by the Guinness Book of World Records as the best-selling writer of books of all time and the best-selling writer of any kind, along with William Shakespeare.
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This is a fine introduction to the series and I recommend that all Poirot fans enjoy this book as it sets the tone for the series.
There is no publisher listed and the print date is the same day as my order, so I gather this edition is a print on demand, copier-produced version.
Formatting is hideous, but worst is that is missing all the maps and diagrams of the original. I don’t know who produced this travesty, but they should stick to printing flyers and bumper stickers.