Peril at End House
by Agatha Christie
Detective Hercule Poirot meets a young woman, Nick Buckley, who has recently survived a number of ‘accidents’. Poirot realizes someone is trying to kill Buckley, and works to find the murderer before they make their next attempt at her life.
I’m pretty sure this was my first Agatha Christie book, and I feel like I’ve really been missing out now. The writing was delightful and the mystery was unpredictable.
Whenever I felt like I had a clue as to who it was, she would change the game, but all questions were answered by the end. Even the ones unrelated to the murder attempts. And that’s a good mystery by my mark.
Looking forward to reading more Agatha Christie once I get my physical TBR down.