The Pale Horse by Agatha Christie (2011-06-28)

The Pale Horse by Agatha Christie (2011-06-28)

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The Pale Horse by Agatha Christie

  • Title: The Pale Horse by Agatha Christie (2011-06-28)
  • Author: Agatha Christie
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  • Page: 497
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    1. Les romans d'Agatha Christie sont passionnants et plein de suspens, avec cette petite touche d'humour qui est tout simplement fabuleuse !


    2. Pas d'Hercule Poirot ni de Miss Marple, des morts naturelles qui semblent dues à la magie noire On paraît bien loin de l'univers d'A. Christie et pourtant, tout y est l'intrigue, le climat pesant et le dénouement ! Du grand Agatha Christie !


    3. You gotta hand it to old Dame Agatha. By the time this book was published in 1961, she'd been cranking them out for an amazing forty years and had a world-wide base of fans eagerly awaiting the next mystery featuring Hercule Poirot or Miss Marple. And yet she had the guts to go out on a limb and offer a book without either of them. It's one of my favorites and I enjoyed re-reading it last night in the Kindle version.A much-loved elderly priest is coshed to death in a seedy part of London. Is [...]


    4. Only Ariadne Oliver, mystery book writer. was familiar to me, although I see other reviewers have pointed out other characters who appear in her novels. Essentially, however, this is a non-series work, one of those delightful tidbits that Dame Agatha turned out every now and again to vary her output. I found the book to be delightful. There is a suitably perplexing plot, stirling hero and heroine, assorted character actors of distinctive qualities,and a suitably Christie denouement. All this in [...]


    5. I am presently reading all of the Agatha Christie novels. The Pale Horse was published in the 1960s and is a fine murder mystery. The book deals with the murder of a priest who was on his way home from hearing a moribund woman's dying confession. The novel features Ariadne Oliver who is a friend of Hercule Poirot. She bears a striking resemblance to Agatha Christie. This is the only novel in which she does her sleuthing on her own! The cynosure of the action occurs in The Pale Horse a rustic inn [...]


    6. Although this book was first published in 1961, it harkens back to Dame Agatha's young adventurers of the 1920s. A priest is murdered after administering last rites to a dying woman. Before the priest died he compiled a list of names. What does it mean? At least some of the named individuals have died of natural causes. Due to a few too many coincidences, a bored scholar, Mark Easterbrook becomes enmeshed in the investigation. The story requires intelligent people to be credulous when faced [...]


    7. I thought I'd read all of Agatha Christie's novels years ago so was delighted to discover that Pale Horse was new to me. It's a bit different from her usual mysteries but still very good and contains an interesting twist. What if people could be killed from a distance. witchcraft, voodoo, casting a hex, or using some type of magicial "death rays"? Or what if a person could be psychologically predisposed to die of a natural disease? The main character, Mark Easterbrook is too sensible to belie [...]


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