Another Poirot mystery. I liked how self-aware Christie is in this book – Poirot routinely mocks (gently, even!) mystery stereotypes in hilarious ways. Hastings as a narrator continues to be stupid in an intentionally pompous, upper-class way, which is tedious if you read too much of it. The case in itself is not terrible, but nothing great either.
The ABC Murders
|author:||Agatha Christie (1936)|
|series:||Hercule Poirot #13|
|rating:||★ ★ ☆ ☆ ☆|