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Agatha Christie, one of the most well-known English authors of the 20th century, strikes again with her classic crime novel, The Murder on the Links. Featuring the Belgian detective Hercule Poirot and his companion Captain Hastings, The Murder on the Links takes place in Northern France after a man named Paul Renauld requests help in solving a mystery. Once Poirot and Hastings arrive, however, they find Renauld dead on the golf course, having been stabbed in the back.
Using his remarkable memory of past crimes, Poirot must solve the questionable death of Renauld while dealing with his French competitor, Monsieur Giraud, who leads the investigation. With the help of his assistant, Poirot begins to unravel the strange mystery of Paul Renauld. That is, until a new body is uncovered.
This mystery is filled with blackmail, plot-twists, and even a little bit of romance, making it a perfect read. The Murder on the Links is a classic Christie novel, with long-running main character Hercule Poirot who uses logical conclusions, clue-based methods, and a touch of satire in over 30 mystery novels. With Christie's bold, suspenseful, and passionate style of writing, The Murder on the Links is considered to be one of Christie's more thrilling tales.