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Agatha Christie’s Curtain 1980


Title: Curtain
Author: Agatha Christie
Publisher: Fontana
Publication Date: 1980
Format: Softcover
Condition: The book is in good condition for its age other than some minor signs of wear, tanned pages.

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Reader's note

 ‘“This, Hastings, will be my last case. It will be, too, my most interesting case — and my most interesting criminal.”’

A wonderful, vintage copy of Agatha Christie’s Curtain. This book is Agatha’s Christie’s thrilling conclusion to her Poirot series. In Hercule Poirot’s final case he returns to Styles, the location of his first novel appearance, once a country house and now a guesthouse. He is aware that among the guests is a murderer, someone whom he thinks will likely strike again, and he is determined to prevent this from happening with the assistance of his old friend Hastings.