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Poirot Loses a Client


by Agatha Christie

Published: 1937

Captain Hastings is back in this Poirot adventure, wherein Poirot receives a letter from a client dated two months earlier.  Upon investigation, Poirot discovers that the writer of this letter has since died…  apparently naturally.

This book was alright, but not a particular favorite of mine.  While the mystery was good, for me, the ending seemed like a bit of a stretch.  Still, I do love Captain Hastings!


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