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AmyK1
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Pickpick

@wideeyedreader and I read this for our June mother daughter murder mystery book club. I liked it and actually figured out part of what was going on. 😂

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wideeyedreader
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Pickpick

While not my favorite Poirot, this was really unique and I was lost as to the solution for the entire book! Picked by @AmyK1 for our mother-daughter murder mystery book club this month!
Feat. Goblin, who really wanted to be in the picture. #catsoflitsy

Texreader ❤️🐈‍⬛ 2d
peanutnine 😻 2d
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DaveGreen7777
And Then There Were None | Agatha Christie
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Thank you for this #WondrousWednesday @Eggs 😀

🌹 I love a good space opera, so I‘ve been meaning to read Lois McMaster Bujold. Other authors who I have yet to read include Grady Hendrix, Riley Sager, and Samantha Shannon.

🌼 “The Black Echo” by Michael Connelly. I know people who swear by this series, but I found myself bored and thinking about other books I could be reading instead.

🌺 Tagged! The book that made me a bibliophile for life!

dabbe That's my all-time Christie fave! 🤩🤩🤩 5d
RaeLovesToRead Samantha Shannon 🥰 I also have Hendrix and Sager on my TBR (and physical shelf) (shelves). 5d
RaeLovesToRead I have a Space Opera section in the [top secret project] I told you about the other day. So far (apart from Saga), I'm also plugging Hyperion and Becky Chambers' Wayfarers series 5d
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Eggs Thanks for sharing your likes and dislikes - R. Sager is one I‘m curious about. 4d
DaveGreen7777 @dabbe 😀😀😀 4d
DaveGreen7777 @RaeLovesToRead Oooh, I have the Wayfarers series on my TBR shelf! I also read the first book in the Honor Harrington series. I definitely need more space opera in my life! 🤓 4d
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Laughterhp
Taken At The Flood (Poirot) | Agatha Christie
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Panpan

This is the first Agatha Christie book I‘ve panned. The mystery itself was good but that ending. If you‘ve read it and are human, you get it. The issue has nothing to do with Poirot but a couple of the characters. Just nope!

dabbe #fanofthepan! 🤩🤩🤩 1w
willaful IYKYK 1w
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Becker
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Pickpick

Re-read of an oldie but a goldie. Very entertaining on audio. 🛤️

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ImperfectCJ
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Pickpick

I love how consistently Miss Marple is underestimated because of her appearance and gender. If she weren't a goodie, I bet she'd make a great murderer. This one has some overlap in detail with the Sayers novel I'm reading right now, so I got confused a couple of times about which clues went with which story. Once I got it straight, though, this was a pleasant listen.

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MariaW
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I‘m torn between Agatha Christie novels placed in small English villages or the ones with the settings at world heritages sites. I loved this one because the murder happened at Petra. 🏛️

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dabbe
And Then There Were None | Agatha Christie
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Eggs Brilliant 👍🏼 3w
dabbe @Eggs My favorite of good ol' Agatha. 🏝️ 3w
Monica5 This as been my favorite Christie book, uet 3w
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peanutnine
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Pickpick

Um... Okay... 🤯🤯
Poirot certainly knows how to leave the world with flair. He summons Hastings back to Styles for one last case where it all began. Everything was very psychological and poor clueless Hastings is left in the dark as usual.
The ending was just 👩🏻‍🍳😘
#SeriesLove2024 @Andrew65 @TheSpineView

TheSpineView Fantastic!👍🤩📖 3w
Blerdgal_Fenix This looks so good!!! 3w
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sarahgreatlove
The Big Four | Agatha Christie
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Pickpick

Another great installment in the Poirot series. This was one of my favorites I think, it kind of gave me James Bond/Sherlock vibes with a dash of supervillain evil global plotting.