Synopses & Reviews
"Expert, sure-fire." (New York Herald Tribune)
A shattered mirror, a smoking gun, a crime of passion, and a ghostly apparition. Four clues in four ingenious crime stories left for Hercule Poirot to solve.
"Fully up to the Christie-Poirot standard." (New York Times)
Poirot arrives for dinner at the country estate of the imperious Sir Gervase Chevenix-Gore to find his host in his study, shot dead. The room is locked, making it appear a suicide, but Poirot is skeptical. When the will is read, the savvy sleuth's suspicions are heightened.
What clues to murder are reflected in a shattered mirror? What link is there between stolen documents and ghostly apparitions? Who turned a love triangle into a violent act of passion? The answers are "not only unexpected...but unpredictable" (Times Literary Supplement).
; Four Cases Of Hercule Poirot From an aristocrat's sudden demise and a case of apparent suicide, to the ghostly theft of an elegant estate and a love triangle that erupts into criminal passion, master sleuth Hercule Poirot tackles the strangest of mysteries. Also published as
Table of Contents
Dead man's mirror -- The incredible theft --Murder in the mews -- Triangle at Rhodes.