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  1. Evgeny Evgeny says:

    Paperback ↠ The Hollow ePUB æ hollow pdf, The Hollow KindleLady Angkatell invited some guests for a weekend To spice up her party her new neighbor famous detective Hercule Poirot was one of the guests the rest of them were her relatives At this point the reader is introduced to them First of all there was John Christow He was a very interesting character in the following sense Reading the book I realized all the jackasses in the worl


  2. Adrian Adrian says:

    Paperback ↠ The Hollow ePUB æ hollow pdf, The Hollow KindleReview to follow 👍🏻👍🏻And so here is my belated review The Hollow is an excellent story that epitomises the talents of Hercule Poirot As other people have mentioned the murder itself is almost secondary to the intricate investigation that Poirot conductsHe is fortunately living in a little cottage on the edge of the grounds of the mansion house where the murder took place and had been invited to the house on the day of the murder itself He witnesses the immediate aftermath of the murder and is then allowed to be involved through the subseuent investigationWell needless to say the best criminal brains are ultimately no match for Hercule and though the battle for truth rages through the last half of the book it is Hercule who finally triumphsA wonderful setting for a first class murder investigation and a great book


  3. Ahmad Sharabiani Ahmad Sharabiani says:

    Paperback ↠ The Hollow ePUB æ hollow pdf, The Hollow KindleThe Hollow Hercule Poirot #26 Agatha Christie he Hollow is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie first published in 1946 Lady Angkatell intrigued by the criminal mind has invited Hercule Poirot to her estate for a weekend house party The Belgian detective's arrival at the Hollow is met with an elaborate tableau staged for his amusement a doctor lies in a puddle of red paint his timid wife stands over his body with a gun while the othe


  4. BrokenTune BrokenTune says:

    Paperback ↠ The Hollow ePUB æ hollow pdf, The Hollow Kindle Since she was a woman of disconcertingly rapid thought processes Lady Angkatell as was her invariable custom commenced the conversation in her own mind supplying


  5. mark monday mark monday says:

    Paperback ↠ The Hollow ePUB æ hollow pdf, The Hollow KindleChoose Your Own AdventureYou are Dr John Christow and you are not having the time of your life Women women everywhere and not a drop to drink There's the mistress who won't have you the wife you don't want the secretary who sees it all the female


  6. Beverly Beverly says:

    Paperback ↠ The Hollow ePUB æ hollow pdf, The Hollow KindleFor fans of Agatha Christie Poirot is not my favorite of Christie's detectives I prefer Miss Marple but this is a psychologically interesting dive into what provoked a normally seeming person to murder Although this is good be warned that Christie was racist and anti Semitic and you will find that here She uses a horrible portrait of a shopkeeper to denounce a faith and actually used the most repugnant word of racists to describe a dessert


  7. Erin *Proud Book Hoarder* Erin *Proud Book Hoarder* says:

    Paperback ↠ The Hollow ePUB æ hollow pdf, The Hollow KindleThis one holds an almost dreamy ambience especially at the end It reminds me of Death in the Nile with that rare uality It's true that it DID take longer than usual to get to the actual death but it's an unusual Christie story anyway She delves into the personal aspects of the characters lives something she rarely does even to the degree where the details became irrelevant to the mystery at handYou might think this would be distracting bad writing; instead it was a refreshing change One would never accuse Christie of writing cardboard characters but she usually doesn't delve too deeply into personal tidbits that aren't part of the tale Because of her doing this I fell for the people I also loved the humor with the Lady of the house and how everyone related to her including the poor detectiveLike I said it takes awhile for any death to happen almost 90 pages Hercule Poirots intro into the scene is an amusing one too That poor detective he


  8. Ken Ken says:

    Paperback ↠ The Hollow ePUB æ hollow pdf, The Hollow KindleWhilst attending Lucy Angkatell’s invitation at her English country house Hercule Poirot arrives just in time for what appears to be a mocked murder scene by the swimming poolOn closer inspection our favourite Belgium detective discovers that in fact our victim John Christow whilst gasping ‘Henrietta’ as his final last words blood is slowly dripping into the poolI loved the description of this death it felt so vivid and real Along with this great setting of this memorable murder also sees a strong array of interesting side charactersDuring the confusion amongst the guests a gun is knocked into the pool which destroys any evidence of the culpritLiterally everyone is a suspectWith plenty of red herrings throughout the story I was constantly changing my mind on who the murder was it’s another really strong psychological mystery t


  9. Laurel Young Laurel Young says:

    Paperback ↠ The Hollow ePUB æ hollow pdf, The Hollow KindleStanding ovation for this one outstanding; really one of her very best And how fabulously creepy is the uotation from Tennyson's Maude which provides the titleI hate the dreadful hollow behind the little wood Its lips in the field above are dabbled with blood red heath The red ribb`d ledges drip with a silent horror of blood And Echo there whatever is ask`d her answers Death I love Christie's literary allusions; I was inspired to re read Maude after I finished The Hollow What mystery writer wouldn't find those lines inspiringThe Hollow is another British country house novel and yet it is psychologically complex than almost any other Christie I can think of The solution is completely believable and I found it devastating Dame Agatha likes to wrap everything up neatly and pair up whichever characters are still alive into happy marriages at the end Not here this is honestly the saddes


  10. Piyangie Piyangie says:

    Paperback ↠ The Hollow ePUB æ hollow pdf, The Hollow KindleI never thought I could be disappointed in an Agatha Christie book Surprisingly that is possible too It was difficult to rate the book as I have The story was uite interesting It would have been a four star rating book had it not come under the murder mystery genre The accepted model of an Agatha Christie novel would be the predominance of the crime and ascertaining the person who committed it But in The Hollow one sees the predominance of characters and their inter relations The crime becomes secondary almost non existence at times Additional to this grievance the crime is committed almost after one third of the boo


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