THE MYSTERIOUSLY FAMOUS DETECTIVE

Hercule Poirot, Belgian by birth (but mostly mistaken as a French because of the amount of French he speaks)an egg headed, stout man with stiff and military like moustache.Created in 1916 by the Queen of Crime, Agatha Christie, became the most widely read about detective.

But with time he got forgotten and became the mysteriously famous detective.People have always been fascinated by Sherlock, so I decided why not Monsieur Poirot, so here i bring you some information about some of his cases or the books written by Mademoiselle Christie.

DEATH ON THE NILE

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While dining out in London one evening, Hercule Poirot sees a young woman, Jacqueline de Bellefort,dining and dancing with her fiancé, Simon Doyle. He also notices that Jackie is passionately in love with Simon, perhaps too much. Jackie and Simon both are penniless. The next day, Jacqueline takes Simon to meet her best friend, wealthy heiress Linnet Ridgeway, in the hopes that Linnet will offer Simon a job. Three months later, Simon has broken off his engagement to Jacqueline and has married Linnet instead.In this chaos Jacqueline decides to follow Simon and Linnet wherever they go just to irritate them and this leads Hercule, Jacqueline, Simon, Linnet and some other people on a cruise in the Nile which experienced the murder of the most beautiful and rich girl, Linnet Ridgeway. Now Hercule Poirot has to find who is the murderer but the progress to find him or her but it starts with a wrong perception.Will the great detective be able to find the murderer. 

CARDS ON THE TABLE

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Mr Shaitana hosts an unusual dinner party, with four sleuths and four suspects who have murder in their past as the guests. During the meal, Shaitana makes a veiled statement of accusation, listing the ways various people might commit murder based on their occupation. After the meal, he settles the latter four at one bridge table in the main room, and leads the four sleuths to a table in another room. He settles in a chair near the fireplace in the main room. When the sleuths end their game, two of them, Poirot and Colonel Race, in saying good night to their host, find the man dead in his chair, a fine weapon from his own collection.Now the four sleuths Hercule Poirot, Colonel Race, Superintendent Battle and the famous mystery author Mrs. Adriane Oliver set after the four suspects who have or may have committed murders in the past and have killed Mr. Shaitana.The four suspects Dr. Roberts , explorer Major Despard , a social lady Mrs. Lorrimer and a young lady who likes expensive things but can’t afford them Anne Meredith all deny the murder.Now will Hercule Poirot think more about the case than the suspects’ memories and the way they played cards that night.

THE BIG FOUR

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Framed in the doorway of Hercule Poirot’s bedroom stands an uninvited guest, coated from head to foot in dust. The man stares for a moment, then he sways and falls. Who is he? Is he suffering from shock or just exhaustion? Above all, what is the significance of the figure 4, scribbled over and over again on a sheet of paper? Poirot finds himself plunged into a world of international intrigue, risking his life—and that of his “twin brother”Achille Poirot—to uncover the truth.Will Poirot be able to uncover the truth of the Big 4 consisting of a genius Chinese man , a wealthy American, a Frenchwoman and  the unknown number 4 the destroyer.Can he finish this organisation before it finishes the world.

So do you still doubt Hercule Poirot’s reliance on his little gray cells to find the truth?

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