Peril At End House By Agatha Christie

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No seaside town in the south of England is, I think, as attractive as St. Loo.

It is well named the Queen of Watering Places and reminds one forcibly of the Riviera. The Cornish coast is to my mind every bit as fascinating as that of the south of France.

I remarked as much to my friend, Hercule Poirot. “So it said on our menu in the restaurant car yesterday, mon ami. Your remark is not original.” “But don’t you agree?”

He was smiling to himself and did not at once answer my question. I repeated it.

“A thousand pardons, Hastings. My thoughts

were wandering. Wandering indeed to that part of the world you mentioned just now.” “The south of France?

“Yes. I was thinking of that last winter that I spent there anil of the events which occurred.”

I remember. A murder had been committed on the Blue Train, and the mystery-a complicated and baffling one-had been solved by Poirot with his usual herting acumen.

“How I wish I had been with you,” I said with deep regret. looked at him sideways. As a result of long habit, I distrust his compliments, but he appeared perfectly serious.

And after all, why not? I have a very long experience of the methods he employs. “What I particularly missed was your vivid imagination, Hastings,” he went on dreamily. “One needs a certain amount of light relief.

My valet Georges, an admirable man with whom I sometimes permitted myself to discuss a point, has no imagination whatever.”

This remark seemed to me quite irrelevant. “Tell me, Poirot,” I said. “Are you never tempted to renew your activities? This passive life:

AuthorAgatha Christie
LanguageEnglish
Pages256
PDF Size11.7 MB
CategoryFiction & Novel

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