Agatha Christie, an English author of the 20th century, delights readers with her exciting mystery novels that are acclaimed for her skillful writing and masterful storytelling. Her sixty-six detective novels are some of the most well-known pieces of literature for both lovers of the genre and those looking for a dramatic tale to indulge in.
Christie's famed detective, Hercule Poirot, is back again in Poirot Investigates, a collection of short stories in which the eccentric detective must solve a variety of chilling mysteries in the world of love and revenge. Stories such as "The Adventure of the Western Star" involve thievery of diamonds and a lover's affair, while "The Mystery of Hunter's Lodge" features murder and disguise.
These stories are all unique and distinct, but still hold the same amount of hair-raising mystery that any other Christie novel would have. With eleven sensational tales filled with thrilling plots and charming characters, Belgian detective Poirot has his work cut out for him in Poirot Investigates.