The idea appeals to Hercule Poirot's vanity. Before he retires to grow superior vegetables, he will undertake just twelve more cases. All of them will resemble the remarkable feats of strength performed by that hero of ancient Greece, the first Hercules, but using brain instead of brawn.
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284pages. 18x11x2cm. Broché.Review:
‘Twelve little masterpieces of detection. Poirot and Agatha Christie at their inimitable best’
‘I have often thought that Mrs Christie was not so much the best as the only living writer of the true of classic detective story’
‘A finely shaped book, richly devious and quite brilliant – by far the best volume of Poirot shorts’
San Francisco Chronicle
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Book Description HarperCollins Publishers Ltd, 1996. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 6171184