Trade Ed. Audio Renaissance 2003
CS ISBN $12.95 Two cassettes
Geraldine James depicts renowned investigator Hercule Poirot with confidence and a delightful Belgian accent. Poirot searches for a murderer who wielded a stiletto during a bridge game. In precise, thoughtful tones, Poirot makes deductions from a collection of bridge scores left on the card table. James seamlessly switches to an impeccable British accent when Superintendent Battle enters the room. An eye-witness account is given by a window washer in a charming working-class accent. Christie fans will find the story intriguing as they follow the clues that Poirot adroitly drops as he inches toward a surprising conclusion. G.D.W. © AudioFile 2004, Portland, Maine [Published: APR/MAY 04]
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