The South American millionaire Renauld is in danger and he reaches out to detective Poirot. Poirot manages to get to France, but only to find his client dead. There are many uncertain things around the case. Whose the coat is it the victim was wearing? Who was the love-letter in his pocket for? Will Poirot solve the case in time or will another crime stand in his way?
Find out the answers in Agatha Christie’s "Murder on the Links".
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Agatha Christie was an English writer who lived in the period 1890-1976. She is best known with her detective novels and short stories such as "Murder on the Links", "The Mystery of the Blue Jar", "And Then There Were None". The recipe for a great Agatha Christie novel is a smart detective, a series of clues, some suspects, a long expected solution, suspense and plotting. However she was implying that human’s nature is for the most part the same no matter what the case is. This is also the path that her main characters Lady Marple and detective Poirot followed in many of their investigation cases.
Agatha Christie, called by many "Queen of Crime" or "Queen of Mystery", is the best-selling author of all times. One can only find out why after embarking on an exciting and thrilling journey through her works.