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A Hercule Poirot mystery by Agatha Christie

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  • Jun 28, 2011
Agatha Christie's quirky Hercule Poirot knows that he is smart and that his grey cells reveal things to him that other people cannot understand, and he tells this to everyone. In this episode, the Belgian detective solves several murders filled with many complications. England's MI6 is trying to find a spy just before World War II because some people are giving secret information to the Germans. A woman sees secrets being taken and she is killed. Another woman, a typist, is summoned to a house for typing, but the owner, a blind woman, later says she never requested that she come. A man is found dead in this house with four clocks set at 4:13, even though it is 3 PM. One of the four clocks disappears. The police are unable to identify the dead man. Poirot tells the police superintendant that it is not important to find out who he is, but who he is. The superintendant does not know what he is talking about. A third murder, a woman, is killed in a phone booth. She had told a police officer that a woman testifying at an inquest was lying, but she did not say which woman. The MI6 investigator becomes enamored with the typist who had been having an affair with a man in room 413. Poirot reveals what has been going on.
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Dr. Israel Drazin is the author of twenty books, including a series of five volumes on the Aramaic translation of the Hebrew Bible, which he co-authors with Dr. Stanley M. Wagner, and a series of four … more
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