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While I was struggling to read Doughnut, I put it to oneside and read a quick Agatha Christie to keep me going.
This is one that I have seen on TV but didn't remember too much about. It starts as Elinor Carlisle is in the dock accused of murdering a young woman who had helped nurse her aunt and had stolen the heart of Elinor's intended. Poirot is in court and has been asked by a friend to investigate... and so we return to the start of the story from Elinor's perspective.
The usual interesting twists and turns that you get from an Agatha Christie, all the more enjoyable as I couldn't remember exactly how it would end.
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