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    An all-time classic

    This is a must-read for any crime officianados. A really great book that has been made into a movie at least twice.
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    Death on the Nile

    I 've always loved Agatha Chriestie 's scheming and quick, clever mind, always a new mistery on the tip of her tongue.
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    Death on the Nile

    Classic Christie. A retired M.Poirot takes a holiday. Nearly all the passengers of the SS Karnak have a reason to want heiress Linnet Ridgeway dead. The jaunty style and pace of the novel helps you over look the more ridiculous elements. The fantastical plot keeps the tension high. A lot of the story is told in dialog that feels mostly quite modern and believable, although occasionally dated remarks provide an unintentional laugh. This Ebook version suffers from several words joined together in places, doesn't anybody read or spell check the document? A slightly pompous essay from Charles Osbourne is included.
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