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Peril at End House
Peril at End House | Agatha Christie
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Nick is an unusual name for a pretty young woman. And Nick Buckley has been leading an unusual life of late. First, on a treacherous Cornish hillside, the brakes on her car fail. Then, on a coastal path, a falling boulder misses her by inches. Safe in bed, she is almost crushed by a painting. Upon discovering a bullet hole in Nick's sun hat, Hercule Poirot (who had come to Cornwall for a simple holiday with his friend Captain Hastings) decides that the girl needs his protection. At the same time, he begins to unravel the mystery of a murder that hasn't been committed. Yet.
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RedCurly
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I love Agatha Christie! It is always a good choise, always entertaining with a twist I never see.

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Abailliekaras
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An excellent mystery. I love the classic Poirot stories with a hotel or old house setting and range of suspects. Again it‘s brilliantly plotted with a interesting solution. I love the lightness of the prose and sense of humour. She does not try to overcomplicate it, Poirot is such a great character & the fun is in watching him solve the mystery. A satisfying read.

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AvidReaderandGeekGirl
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I enjoyed this one more than the last few, it was more fun, and the ending was unpredictable, at least to me. I also enjoyed some of the side characters more than in past books.

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ImperfectCJ
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Ooh! I like this one! Satisfyingly twisty and only a little vertiginous. Between the audio during my morning workout and cutting out mask fabric and then the ebook during lunch and while waiting for my son to finish his grammar, I finished this in less than one day.

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Tanisha_A
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Narrated by Captain Hastings, Peril at End House is a Poirot mystery set in the fictional town of St Loo located in the south of England. The town is said be based on Torquay in the South Devon region of the UK.

Nick Buckley is the owner of End House, and has faced some life threatening attempts. She refuses to take them seriously until Poirot makes her realise otherwise, and steps in to investigate. Nick‘s friends, family, & acquaintances 👇🏽

Tanisha_A get questioned from time to time and the mystery unfolds with an extraordinary last scene. A satisfying read! 2y
Centique Lovely to see you here Tanisha! 😍 This one sounds good too. 👍 2y
kspenmoll This sounds good! Great review! 1y
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AnneCecilie
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Poirot has retired and is spending some time in a seaside town in Southern England. One day he starts talking to Freddie and she tells him about several accidents that has happened the last week. When she leaves, he finds her hat with a bullet hole in it. Poirot decides to investigate.

I didn‘t not see the twist at the end, so once again Madam Christie had me fooled.

#agathachristieclubR2

ferskner Such a good one! Sorry I missed your post! 2y
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AnneCecilie
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You just gotta love Poirot and his snappy comments.

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peanutnine
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Another great mystery solved by Poirot 🕵🏼‍♂️
I enjoyed this one a lot because it kept me guessing. I didn't see the twist coming at the end!
Poirot and Hastings are on vacation when they meet a woman who has had many recent brushes with death that can't be coincidence. Poirot must protect her and find the culprit before a murder occurs!
Poirot from Hastings' perspective never ceases to entertain me. They make a great pair.

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cajunsyd
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Found this treasure at my local used bookstore.

batsy Cool cover! 2y
cajunsyd @batsy 👍🏻👍🏻 2y
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ferskner
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5. Is this the greatest book cover you've ever seen?

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janeycanuck Cripes, no!! That‘s terrifying! 😱😱😱 2y
Laughterhp @janeycanuck Haha that book cover is terrifying! 2y
Gissy Yes! Agree!! 2y
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Ladygodiva7 Great details!!! 👀 2y
ferskner @janeycanuck @Laughterhp @Gissy @Ladygodiva7 I can't stop laughing at it! 60s and 70s cover art was really something else. 2y
TheAromaofBooks Was there even a bat in the story?!?! That is an AMAZING cover!!! @janeycanuck @Laughterhp 2y
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ferskner
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4. Peril at End House is considered one of Christie's best books. Would you agree? What makes this one stand out? How would you rank the books we've read so far?

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Clare-Dragonfly What am I looking at here? Is that Gritty?! (Sorry, I‘m not in the book club, this image just caught my attention!) 2y
janeycanuck I definitely think it‘s one of the best I‘ve read. I really love when a couple of disparate stories come together to provide a full explanation instead of everything from just one little thing. 2y
Laughterhp @janeycanuck I agree. I really liked this one and wasn‘t expecting it to turn out the way it did. This may have been one of my favorites. 2y
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ferskner @Clare-Dragonfly hahahaha!!!!! I think it's supposed to be a Chinese dragon on a robe - it got more pixilated than I'd expected. I just looked up Gritty and I'm dying! @janeycanuck @Laughterhp yeah this one is a favorite, but I always seem to forget how much I love it when I think about ranking her books. Nick is just so twisted and the way everything fits together is really satisfying. I'd love to see a really great, chilling adaptation of this. 2y
TheAromaofBooks I do love this one a lot - & it's another one where Christie plays fair with the readers, making me feel more like Hastings than ever 😂 I agree @ferskner - with the right actress playing Nick, this could be a brilliant movie. It's one where it doesn't seem dark until you get to the reveal & suddenly realize that undertone has been there all along. I picture it with that Hitchcock vibe of being something being “off“ @Laughterhp @janeycanuck 2y
ferskner @TheAromaofBooks yeah yeah yeah! I like the David Suchet adaptation but it's not as chilling as I think this story could go. @Laughterhp @janeycanuck 2y
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ferskner
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3. What motivates Poirot? #agathachristieclubR2

janeycanuck Ego? Impatience? I don‘t think he can let something unsolved go. The same way I can‘t let a bar of chocolate go uneaten. The thought of it just consumes him and he can‘t stand the idea that someone less competent will not get things perfectly right or as quickly as he would. 2y
Laughterhp @janeycanuck Definitely his ego and I think he likes to help people. He of course is also always trying to show people how clever he is. 2y
ferskner @janeycanuck @Laughterhp LOL bar of chocolate LOL!!!! I agree with everything you've said, butt I also think he has a nearly obsessive sense of justice. It comes out more in future books, but I'm always in fascinated by when he decides to let the criminal commit suicide vs. face the justice system. It seems to usually for with what he thinks is just (I think! Correct me if you can think of exceptions.) 2y
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TheAromaofBooks Poirot obviously has a huge ego, but I think it's a result rather than a driving force, if that makes sense. He's almost obsessed with truth & justice. In another book he talks about how no one is “worth“ more than another person & I think that's a theme you see repeatedly, that even someone who is poor or not famous (basically “regular“) deserves justice & protection. @janeycanuck @Laughterhp @ferskner 2y
ferskner @TheAromaofBooks yes this is exactly what I was thinking! He is egotistical but isn't elitist. It's an odd combination from what we might expect, but he very often seeks out the outcast figures in whatever scenario he's in. @janeycanuck @Laughterhp 2y
TheAromaofBooks @ferskner “egotistical but not elitist“ is a great description. In a way, I guess what it really is that instead of seeing people divided into different groups & classes, he just sees POIROT at the top & then everyone else is equally stupid below him (with inferior mustaches) 😂 @janeycanuck @Laughterhp 2y
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ferskner
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2. Do you think Nick is a different kind of criminal then we've previously seen in Christie? Is she a psychopath?

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janeycanuck Well, she‘s not playing with a full deck, that‘s for sure. 2y
Laughterhp @janeycanuck Bahaha yes, I‘d definitely say she is different from other killers we‘ve seen so far with Christie. 2y
ferskner @janeycanuck @Laughterhp yeah she seems a step beyond the other murderers we've seen so far, while but being a criminal mastermind like in the thrillers. Most of the others we've seen have been motivated by need or desperation, but Nick is a narcissist and manipulates everyone around her. Even the killer in Roger Ackroyd doesn't seem to be at this level! 2y
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TheAromaofBooks Yes, her complete self-absorption is just amazing. Not to get into spoilers, but I think we see a similar sort of killer in Lord Edgware Dies - when someone becomes so self-obsessed as to only consider people as obstacles, bad things happen!!! @janeycanuck @Laughterhp @ferskner 2y
Laughterhp @TheAromaofBooks That was my thought as well. But I think I read that one early, so didn‘t want to say anything 😊 2y
TheAromaofBooks @Laughterhp - Theoretically we should have read that one in January, although who knows if it's actually happened 😂 I also get a little mixed up because I've read almost all of these multiple times before so sometimes I get a little muddled! 2y
ferskner @TheAromaofBooks YES that's a great comparison! I wonder what was on Christie's mind to write two characters like this almost back to back? @janeycanuck @Laughterhp 2y
TheAromaofBooks @ferskner - Right?? I wonder if she had someone specific in mind?? @janeycanuck @Laughterhp 2y
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ferskner
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More #agathachristieclubR2 catch-up!

As always, please tag sent previous commentators and please remember to look at all the posts (I'll only tag individually in this first post).

1. Did you enjoy this book? Why or why not?

janeycanuck I KNOW I‘ve never read this before (I have kept track of every book I‘ve read since I was 16) but this felt so familiar to me. It‘s been driving me crazy. Despite that, I quite liked this one, I love how everything brilliantly comes together at the end. 2y
Laughterhp @janeycanuck I really liked this one. I definitely didn‘t see the twist coming. 2y
ferskner @janeycanuck @Laughterhp I really loved this one too! I think it's very clever and tricksy, while having everything right in front of us. It also plays on our perceptions of women. 2y
TheAromaofBooks Yes!! This is such a fun one. I love the twist - Christie completely plays the readers & it's fantastic. @janeycanuck @Laughterhp @ferskner 2y
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Juliwyant
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What I‘m listening to today! :) Narrated by Hugh Fraser.

KathyWheeler David Suchet, who played Poirot on the series (and who I love), also reads some of Christie‘s books, but I prefer Fraser even over Suchet. 😊 2y
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galueth28
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Another fun mistery. Poirot and Hastings are back. I really liked Nick, the intended victim, and the resolution. The secondary characters were less fun than in otyer books, though.

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Linsy
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Okay, so that was a thrill!! Did not expect to love that ending so much. ♥️♥️♥️ #agathachristieclubr2

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Linsy
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Woke up with neck pain 😒 but at least I have my Poirot to help me through. I‘m set up with hot water bottle, kindle and tea on the couch and am hoping to not move for a good long time. 🤞📚☕️

#currentlyreading #selfcare #agathachristieclubr2

charl08 Hope you feel better soon. 2y
Gaylagal2 Feel better soon! 2y
RaeLovesToRead Love this book! Hope it helps you feel better. 2y
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ephemeralwaltz Take care!! 2y
Linsy @charl08 @Gaylagal2 @ephemeralwaltz Thanks!! The hot water bottle is definitely helping. 😊 (edited) 2y
Linsy @RaeLovesToRead Thanks!! I just finished and oh my goodness, I loved that ending so much!!! (edited) 2y
charl08 I'm only functioning thanks to a hot lavender pad today, so have every empathy. 2y
Linsy @charl08 Oh dang, I‘m sorry. Lavender sounds nice though. What‘s breaking your body? 2y
CoffeeAndABook Hope you‘re already feeling loads better!! Stacked the book, sounds like a satisfying read 📚😁 2y
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Linsy
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Snow!!! I love cozying up when it‘s cold outside. ☕️

Goal for this week: Catch up on my #AgathaChristieClubR2 reading with Peril at End House & Lord Edgware Dies.

LiteraryinLawrence I‘m reading Lord Edgeware Dies too and loving it so far! 2y
janeycanuck Peril at End House REALLY reminded me of something - so much so that I thought it was a reread for me (it wasn‘t...) so I‘ll be interested to see your thoughts on it! 2y
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Rachbb3
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If I‘m not reading Poirot, I‘m watching it. Peril At End House is one of my favorites. 🙂

Suelizbeth David Suchet is the best! 2y
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janeycanuck
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This felt so familiar to me but I‘ve been keeping track of every book I‘ve read since I was 16 and it‘s nowhere to be found... As always, the way this was resolved was completely genius and didn‘t make itself clear to me until nearly the end. I know I should take my time and read Christie closer so that I can see all the hints she‘s leaving but I just can‘t help myself!

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mcipher Wow! I wish I‘d tracked my books that long - I have picked up so many “new” ones only to find after a few pages “I definitely read this before...” 😆 2y
janeycanuck @mcipher my first job was as the student page in my library and our head librarian told me to start - she said I‘d never regret it. And I haven‘t! 2y
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TheAromaofBooks
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This was a reread for me, but as usual I couldn't remember how it ended, so I was completely sucked in. 😂 I genuinely enjoy Poirot and Hastings together and while this one wasn't particularly mind-blowing, it was a solid and enjoyable mystery with a believable twist.

Progress is being made on the bingo board, but no bingo yet!!

Bookwormjillk That always happens to me with mysteries too! 2y
TheAromaofBooks @Bookwormjillk - There are a few that are unique and that I remember (like And Then There Were None or The Murder of Roger Ackroyd), but for the most part I'm surprised every time. 😂 A poor memory can be a great aid in enjoying rereads! 2y
rabbitprincess This is one of the few Christies I have never read! 2y
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Love these two.

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TheAromaofBooks
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#WeeklyForecast - can't believe there is only a little over a week left for this month's buddy reads!! Started Peril at End House yesterday. Apparently the Nora Roberts books is popular as the library wants it back lol And maybe I'll get to a few of those "nonemergency" titles that have been in my weekly forecast photo all month?? Hoping to knock a few of them out before I indulge in an entire month of Christmas fluff for #WinterGames !
@Cinfhen

Cinfhen I know!! Time is starting to FLY 2y
TheAromaofBooks @Cinfhen - The end of the year always goes so fast!!! 2y
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TheAromaofBooks
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This week's #BookReport actually feels productive!! I took it easy on myself for #NovelNovember & focused on some MG & graphic novel reads to help me build up some momentum & it worked!! I'm caught up on my two buddy reads & also checked off six books (the ones checked here plus Entwined & Swamp Thing). I'm officially done with my orchard job & although I'm working on a special project at the greenhouse (thousands of cuttings!) it should be ⬇

TheAromaofBooks (cont'd) pretty quiet for next couple of months. I'm SO excited about spending more time reading, writing letters (I haven't forgotten you, fellow #LitsyLove members!!!), working on my Etsy shop, experimenting with some new recipes, & catching up with little home projects. And also apparently shopping for all the Litsy swaps that I can't resist. 😂

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rockpools Fantastic week 😁 2y
Cinfhen Sounds like an awesome week!!! What do u sell in your Etsy shop??? 2y
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TheAromaofBooks @rockpools - Thank you!! This week I finally felt like I was sort of in control of my life again! 😂 2y
TheAromaofBooks @Cinfhen - I sell hand-sewn notebooks. They are technically inserts for Traveler's Notebooks, but obviously can be used individually as well. Feel free to look at them if you like - I started it because I couldn't resist buying scrapbooking paper! 😂 I don't make much money at it, but it's enough to cover my washi tape addiction, which is good enough for me!! 😁 http://www.etsy.com/shop/ThreeTreeWhimsy 2y
Cinfhen Sounds wonderful/ going to look right now 😍 2y
MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm Your Etsy shop is so cute!!! ❤️😍❤️ 2y
TheAromaofBooks @MegaWhoppingCosmicBookwyrm - Thank you!!! It's more for fun than any kind of steady income, but I do enjoy making them & it gives me an excuse to continue collecting paper products, my biggest addiction! 😂 2y
kspenmoll Great week! Happy that you felt some control- been a tough year for everyone! 2y
TheAromaofBooks @kspenmoll - Thank you!!! We are making it through!! 2y
Cinfhen I love your notebooks!!! How much do u think shipping to Israel would be?? I would want to order a few for Litsygiving ♥️♥️♥️ 2y
TheAromaofBooks @Cinfhen - Thank you!! I don't know how much shipping would be offhand, but if you add them to your cart, Etsy should show you automatically how much it would cost to send them to you. Sadly, I'm guessing expensive!! International shipping is obnoxious right now. 😕 If you are interested in ordering notebooks to send to Littens who are here in the States, I can also ship them directly to the recipient. 2y
Cinfhen Ok...I‘ll check it out and agree, international shipping is ridiculous right now😫 (edited) 2y
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Laughterhp
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Finished this on audio today. I was actually really surprised by the twist. I was doing chores around the house and exclaimed my surprise 😂

This was another good mystery and it‘s always enjoyable when Hasting‘s isn‘t too annoying.

#AgathaChristieClubR2

Scochrane26 I love when Hastings gets mad at Poirot. 2y
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Finished #audiobook

it's a typical pirot and sometimes it was a little bit boring. #catsoflitsy

rubyslippersreads 😻😻😻 2y
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JenlovesJT47
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As usual, the mystery aspect of this book was excellent. I actually guessed the twist correctly which I don‘t normally bother trying to do when reading AC.

Does anyone else here find Poirot just as insufferable, if not more so, than Hastings? He is so rude and arrogant sometimes. Oh well! 4⭐️

#Poirot
#AgathaChristie
#MurderMystery

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Moony
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My next #audiobook #poirot

I have it on my shelf as a book. But I'm trying to downsize my tbr shelf #bookcrossing

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larah17
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Poirot and Hastings meet a young woman called Nick Buckley who appears to have had multiple attempts on her life, and set about solving the mystery. The end of this really took me completely by surprise, as per usual for Agatha Christie. 3.5⭐

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Another Christie that I put on hold a few days ago thinking it would be a few weeks. I‘m trying to work my way through the Poirot novels. This one was different & had some interesting characters. The ending was a little complicated—no wonder Poirot had a hard time solving this one. It‘s always entertaining when Hastings is there to be the sidekick.

catiewithac Such a good book! 3y
Scochrane26 @catiewithac It was good! Wasn‘t on my radar until I looked up the list of Poirot books. 3y
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Jaimelire
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I love Agatha Christie. This was another great mystery, solved by M.Hercule Poirot and his little grey cells.

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Trying again with audio books. #hoopla

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Day 4 - #peril quotsyapr19 #perilatendhouse #agathachristie

In the Agatha Christie classic Peril at End House, a young woman who has recently survived a series of very close calls appears to be the target of a dedicated killer—and it‘s up to Hercule Poirot to save her life.

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Silvertongue
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Wow Christie never ceases to amaze!! There were sort of two layers of twists, which was absolutely fabulous. The ending....lovely and unexpected! It was also really nice because Poirot was especially methodical in keeping track of the suspects, making it really easy for a reader who might want to put the book down sometimes to stay on top of all the characters :) really enjoyable!! One of my favorites of hers!

dragondrool I loved this one! 4y
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eshchory
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Still behind on my Christies but making progress.
#AgathaChristie #poirot

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AdaChivers
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A bumpy start, but I think that everything that really annoyed me in the first half makes sense after the ending.
Found out some of the plot, but not the murderer.
It was really good and the second half was fast and after the solution you see that there were clues everywhere!

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I think this is one of my favorite Poirot mysteries. It stumped Poirot for awhile there, but in the end he always pulls it off.

Dragon Love 💕 Hercule! 4y
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batsy
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I'd fallen off the #agathachristieclub wagon so thanks to @ferskner for the reminder! This is last month's book—I think—but I wanted to catch up because I read this ages ago. Despite a semi-large cast of characters, this was centred on the interactions between Poirot & Hastings. As I got closer to the end I realised I had completely forgotten "whodunit" so that was fun. Following their trail of deduction was just what I needed while being sick ?

Mimi28 I hope you feel better fast!! ❤️❤️❤️🤞🏽🤞🏽 4y
batsy @Mimi28 Thank you! ❤️ 4y
Tanisha_A Feel best soon. 💕 4y
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saresmoore Boo for sickness! Nothing serious, I hope? 4y
TrishB Hope you‘re on the mend soon 💕 4y
Leftcoastzen Feel better soon. 4y
batsy @saresmoore Oh no, just an annoying head cold that makes me want to chop off my nose 😂❤️ 4y
erzascarletbookgasm I hope you‘ll feel better soon. 😙 4y
Dragon Hope you feel better soon! 💐🤗 4y
batsy @erzascarletbookgasm @Dragon Thank you both 💕 4y
ferskner Feel better! I really liked this one. 4y
mabell I hope you feel better soon! 4y
batsy @ferskner @mabell Thank you so much! 4y
BiblioLitten Still want to chop off that nose? 4y
readordierachel Feel better! ❤ (and I love how pulpy this cover is) 4y
batsy @BiblioLitten It's calmed down now and gotten its act together... I'll keep it 😂 4y
batsy @readordierachel Thank you, doing much better 🤗 Yes, I love the pulpy feel of that cover, too! 4y
Faibka Hope you‘re feeling better! 4y
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ferskner
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This is one of the few Christies that I haven't seen the movie or read the book, and I loved it! I was totally surprised by the ending, even though all the clues were there from the very beginning.

#agathachristieclub @Bambolina_81 #booked2018 #mcover70 @Cinfhen @BarbaraTheBibliophage @4thhouseontheleft

Cinfhen Ohhhh, sounds promising 💖nice choice 4y
batsy Is this our September or October read for #agathachristieclub? Sorry, I've totally lost track 🙈 4y
ferskner @Cinfhen Thanks! I think the age of Poirot is a little fuzzy, but I wanted to save "underdog hero" for Miss Marple. :) @batsy I think September? I downloaded the list from the Agatha Christie website, but it's hard to know when we don't get an official schedule anymore. :( 4y
batsy Thanks, no worries! I downloaded the list and need to find it. I'll try to count back to where I last stopped, if I can remember 😂 This is one I've been looking forward to rereading, can't remember much of it. 4y
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ferskner
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This was on the other side of the walkway. My ideal yard! #24b4Monday

tracey38 Love it! 4y
BeansPage 😍😍😍 4y
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ferskner
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View from my audiobook walk during #24b4monday. I saw a muscrat too, but I didn't know what it was until I looked it up later because I'm from the desert and don't have that knowledge base. :)

Jennick2004 Aww they‘re so cute 💜 4y
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#42 for #MountTBR and my 123rd completed book for the year. I really dislike Hercule Poirot, though. He becomes more insufferable with each book and I find myself starting to pity Hastings. The story was okay, but what keeps me going is Hugh Fraser‘s narration. He is fantastic!
#agathachristieclub

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balletbookworm
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A rather delightful classic Poirot mystery and one of the dwindling number of Agatha Christie books I‘ve never read. I pegged the murderer very early on (I‘ve read almost all the Christies at this point ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ ) but the path Poirot and Hastings go on to actually solve the mystery is excellent and delicious in its complexity.

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Peril at End House | Agatha Christie
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#OldCoolBooks #day12 #RareBooks There‘s a lot of rare books on abebooks.com A lot of first editions & signed editions from many authors, you could probably even find a signed Austen or Bronte on there. This book is one of my #HolyGrailBooks It‘s right up there on the list of “Books I‘d buy if I had unlimited money” An inscribed & signed first edition of Dame Agatha. To have that in my library. *sigh*🤩

Sarah83 Wow 😍💖 5y
Ingerella It would be amazing to have a copy of something like that! 5y
ReadZenRites Only $20K? Sure. No problem 😂 5y
DebinHawaii Amazing! 5y
Linsy Ooh, I want this! 5y
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KarenUK
Peril at End House | Agatha Christie
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#humpdaypost @MinDea
1. My hubby and his gentle soul... (his nickname with all our friends is Dr Doolittle... he has such a way with animals)
2. I would say Agatha Christie‘s Poirot‘s world of the 1930s. I‘d particularly like to live at End House on the Cornwall coast....
3. Ice cold water 💧or maybe a glass of New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc. 😉
4. Take a fun girls trip weekend away...
5. Tough one - I guess snow if it could be sunny too? ❄️☀️

Cathythoughts Oh that is so lovely... Dr Doolittle... he must be one lovely guy ❤️ 5y
KarenUK @Cathythoughts he‘s a guy that climbs into a storm drain to rescue a duck, into a giant dumpster to rescue a baby raccoon, and stops traffic on a major road to help a turtle! 5y
Cathythoughts Pretty amazing ❤️ 5y
tammysue Lovely pic, he‘s a keeper! 5y
Tex2Flo He‘s wonderfully sweet. Me and Vella miss him. 5y
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