** After the Funeral by Agatha Christie

In After the Funeral, Hercule Poirot is called to investigate an accusation of murder that’s made at the funeral reception by the eccentric much younger sister of the deceased, a sister who is promptly murdered herself, a prelude to more disorders. In a classic move, he invites all family members back to the palatial family home for a weekend of scrutiny during which we see all the little and large secrets exposed to reveal the vile, unexpected killer. Must drink good tea throughout the reading and not expect to get a good night sleep if interrupted after the gruesome second murder.


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