The Clocks by Agatha Christie
My rating: 3 of 5 stars
Another Christie classic. This one takes us into the intriguing spy games of the 1960s.
A murdered man. A blind woman. A young secretary. And 4 mysterious clocks left behind. How do they all fit together? Leave to the masterful Agatha Christie to weave a plot that leaves you guessing, but makes sense in the end. Our old friend Hercule Poirot is there, twirling his mustaches and drinking hot chocolates. He is pompous, but I love him for some unexplainable reason. And Colin, marine biologist / investigator, is a likable character--wish he was around for more.
Poirot may be old, but the guy is still at the top of his game. #34 in the series, and still enjoyable.
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