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More importantly, she lives with Bob...her dog. He has a nifty trick of bouncing his ball down the stairs for people to throw back to him. So when Emily takes a tumble down the stairs in the middle of the night, he gets the blame. But Emily is not so sure and writes to Poirot for help....but there is no response and then she passes away. Little did she know, the letter was delayed and Poirot is sufficiently interested to investigate anyway.
Was the fall planned? Was she subsequently murdered? Poirot is going to find out.
NIce little story and sufficiently different from the TV adaptation...in fact, there's a different culprit.
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Updated April 15, 2019
I enjoyed it. Agatha Christie is like my comfort food. Always dependable.
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