Lord Edgware Dies   (Hercule Poirot novel) . Agatha Christie .  UB5062


Lord Edgware Dies (Hercule Poirot novel)

 Agatha Christie

First published : 1933


Used book , but looks almost new , no damage.

Pages: 256

Paper back edition

Delivery : 7 to 14 working days (Delivery inside India only)


Hercule Poirot is a fictional Belgian detective created by Agatha Christie. Poirot is one of Christie’s most famous and long-running characters, appearing in 33 novels, and more than 50 short stories published between 1920 and 1975.


Lord Edgware Dies     

 Attending a performance by impressionist Carlotta Adams, Hercule Poirot is approached by actress Jane Wilkinson. She requests his help in asking her husband, Lord Edgware, to divorce her. Although a Catholic, Poirot agrees but is surprised to learn Edgware has already agreed to a divorce and sent a letter to his wife confirming this; Wilkinson denies receiving it. The following morning, Inspector Japp informs Poirot and his friend Arthur Hastings that Edgware was murdered at his home in Regent Gates the previous evening, stabbed in the neck. While Wilkinson was witnessed by Edgware’s butler and his secretary visiting her husband that night, a morning newspaper reveals she attended a dinner party that evening, whose guests confirm this. Poirot soon becomes concerned for Adams’ safety, recalling she could impersonate Wilkinson. Adams is found dead that same morning from an overdose of Veronal.



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