Synopses & Reviews
Poirot agrees to help a friend investigate the 12-year-old case of Lord and Lady Ravenscroft, whose deaths were ruled a double suicide. All Poirot has to go on are the dim memories of an old woman, a doctor, and a teacher. This may turn out to be a mystery that even the great sleuth cannot unravel.
Whodunit? The question is posed of mystery writer Ariadne Oliver. This time it isn't asked by her readers, but rather detective Hercule Poirot. And the unsolved crime is from Oliver's own dark past.
"Christie...cozier than ever...in a lethal way, of course." (Library Journal)
With the help of Detective Poirot, mystery writer Ariadne Oliver must solve a murder from her past--before the tragic piece of history repeats itself.