Driehoek op Rhodos

Driehoek op Rhodos Haast ontelbaar zijn de zaken die Hercule Poirot in zijn lange en roemruchte carri re tot een oplossing heeft gebracht In dit boek wordt verteld van vier gevallen drie moorden en een diefstal waar de

  • Title: Driehoek op Rhodos
  • Author: Agatha Christie
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 161
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Haast ontelbaar zijn de zaken die Hercule Poirot in zijn lange en roemruchte carri re tot een oplossing heeft gebracht In dit boek wordt verteld van vier gevallen drie moorden en een diefstal waar de politie voor een raadsel staat, maar waar Poirot dank zij zijn geijze cellen ontdekt hoe de vork in de steel zit En in alle vier de verhalen wordt de lezer tot op het laHaast ontelbaar zijn de zaken die Hercule Poirot in zijn lange en roemruchte carri re tot een oplossing heeft gebracht In dit boek wordt verteld van vier gevallen drie moorden en een diefstal waar de politie voor een raadsel staat, maar waar Poirot dank zij zijn geijze cellen ontdekt hoe de vork in de steel zit En in alle vier de verhalen wordt de lezer tot op het laatste ogenblik in spanning gehouden Bevat volgende verhalen Moord op nummer 14DodemansspiegelDriehoek op Rhodos

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    • Ahmad Sharabiani says:

      Murder in the Mews (Hercule Poirot, #18) = Dead Man's Mirror, Agatha Christie Murder in the Mews and Other Stories is a short story collection written by Agatha Christie and first published in the UK by Collins Crime Club on 15 March 1937. Murder in the Mews; The Incredible Theft; Dead Man's Mirror; Triangle at Rhodesتاریخ نخستین خوانش ماه سپتامبر سال 2011 میلادیعنوانها: جنایت در مجتمع مسکونی؛ جنایت در شب آتش بازی؛ آ [...]

    • Jason Koivu says:

      That odd, little foreigner with the strange mustacheHercule Poirot is at it again!In Murder in the Mews, a collection of shorts, Poirot's razor-sharp mind is pitted against such stumpers as a suicide/murder conundrum, a deadly love triangle, and a case of important papers gone missing. Originally four short stories were published under this title, which was called Dead Man's Mirror here in the States. My version only included three stories: Murder in the Mews, Triangle at Rhodes, and The Incredi [...]

    • David Schaafsma says:

      Who am I kidding in writing this review? None (or one?) of my friends is going to read this book. 440,000 reviewed And Then There Were None. More than 100K people or more have reviewed Christie’s each most popular Poirot works such as The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, Murder on the Orient Express or Death on the Nile. Murder on the Mews is one of the Little Engines that Could of Christie-lore, reviewed by as few as 8,000. It features four stories, three that might qualify as novellas, published in [...]

    • Sara Kamjou says:

      مجموعه‌ای از سه داستان معمایی به سرپرستی پوآرو. داستان اول واقعا خوب بود، داستان دوم متوسط و داستان سوم کلیشه‌ای بود و من دوستش نداشتم.شخصیت‌پردازی‌ها نسبتا متوسط و خواننده چندان خودش رو درگیر داستان و درون احساس نمی‌کنه، چه برسه به همذات‌پنداری کردن.+ در کل مجموعه داستان [...]

    • Bruce Beckham says:

      Anticipating a cozy full-length novel, my first reaction was mild dismay – to discover that Murder in the Mews comprises four quick-fire short stories, the first of which provides the eponymous cover title.However, my disappointment was short-lived – for potted Christie loses little in the telling – and in fact these are arguably novellas, ranging from 10,000 to 30,000 words:- Murder in the Mews- The Incredible Theft- Dead Man’s Mirror- Triangle at RhodesThe first three are variations on [...]

    • Maria says:

      Misterul micului diplomat - ✮✮✮✮✮Incredibilul jaf - ✮✮✮Oglinda mortului - ✮✮✮✮Triunghiul etern - ✮✮✮✮

    • Leigh says:

      A interesting selection of short stories that had Agatha Christie class and style showing. 3.75 Stars!

    • Jasmine Darcy says:

      Agatha Christie yet again lives up to her title of'the Queen Of Crime'.Murder in the Mews is a collection of four mystifying and mind boggling cases taken up by professional sleuth and well-known Hercule Poirot. I honestly went into this one with a 100 percent guarantee of awesomeness. This being the tenth Agatha Christie novel and 8th Poirot I've read so far,you can imagine that by now I've completely given up on guessing who the culprit is,(sort of).As there are four different cases I am prett [...]

    • D.G. says:

      It's taken me a while to get back to my Poirot series audio re-read but I'm finally back in business. However, this one is not a re-read per se, as I haven't read this particular set of short stories before. When you read a long series out of order like I did with Poirot, you miss a book now and then.Murder in the Mews is actually the first of 4 short stories in this book. The narrator, Mr. Hawthorne was simply awful - his voice for Poirot was so affected. That fact may have colored my perceptio [...]

    • Deimantė Levickytė says:

      Kai buvau paauglė, buvo laikotarpis, kai jos knygas skaičiau vieną po kitos ir atrodė, kad vis neužtenka. Buvau perskaičiusi visą kolekciją, kurią turėjome namuose. Vėliau praėjo susidomėjimas. Prieš kokius šešerius metus pamenu kuičiausi Didžiojoj knygų mugėj (Urmo bazėje buvo skaitytų knygų komisas ir išparduotuvė, dabar Knygų Fabrikas) ieškodama kažko, ko dar nebuvau skaičiusi. Tada pamenu namo parsinešiau porą suskaitytų knygų, kurias taip pat su malonumu sus [...]

    • جوزيف الزيود says:

      لا اعلم ما السر وراء الاسماء المعقدة في روايات اغاثا

    • Burçak Kılıç Sultanoğlu says:

      Benim okuduğum versiyonda 2 hikaye vardı. Birinci hikaye yani Ölünün aynası çok güzeldi ona 5 bile verebilirdim ama 2. hikaye yavan geldi beğenmedim hatta tahmin ettim yani olayları Seriye devam Poirot'lar bitecek :D

    • Adela Cacovean says:

      Hercule Poirot și inspectorul-șef Japp discută despre noaptea de Guy Fawkes ca o noapte perfectă pentru o crimă datorită artificiilor, astfel încât nimeni nu ar auzi o împușcătură, de exemplu. A doua zi dimineața, Poirot primește un telefon de la Japp și află că o văduvă tânără s-a sinucis la Mews, numărul 14. Ajunși acolo, Poirot și Japp bănuiesc că e mai degrabă o crimă: decedata e împușcată în partea stângă a capului și ține pistolul în mâna dreaptă și [...]

    • Litzy says:

      leer Agatha Christie siempre es un placer

    • Nora|KnyguDama says:

      Perskaičius tiek Agathos Christie knygų kiek aš, rasti neskaitytą ir dar naują – tikras lobis. O knygyne pamačius „Žmogžudystę kotedže“ mano širdis visai apsalo:1) Knyga storesnė nei kitos šios Christie serijos knygos;2) Kaip ir minėjau – nesu jos skaičius, o ir pavadinimas žadėjo mažą aplinką, daug įtariamųjų ir tikėtina, netikėtą atomazgą;3) Vos užmetus akį į anotaciją pamačiau žodį „Puaro“;Su lig tuo momentu ir nusinešiau leidinį prie kasos. O t [...]

    • Deepa Swaminathan says:

      “If you are to be Hercule Poirot, you must think of everything.” says Agatha Christie“If you are to read Agatha Christie, you must not miss anything.” say I.True to the latter quote, each piece of each short story in this book fitted nicely in proper place like a jigsaw puzzle. Every clue carried importance and every character description enjoyed finesse. ‘Mews’ is a British term that refers to a row of houses. But only the first story deals with a murder at this location. Usually in [...]

    • Michael says:

      Does listening to a book while you drive to California count as "reading" it? It's actually the first time I've done that, but I think it worked better in terms of attentiveness than my usual slow reading rate. I've read a few other Agatha Christie books, and seen movies and BBC productions of dozens of them, and this was the first time I was able to figure out the mystery before the ending In fact, I knew pretty much from the moment they found the body what had happened, which is quite remarkab [...]

    • Damaskcat says:

      This is a collection of four novellas featuring Hercule Poirot. In the title story - Murder in the Mews - a woman apparently shoots herself in the left temple with the gun in her right hand. Neither the police nor Poirot himself are satisfied with the idea of suicide and they need to try and find out what really happened especially as the young woman who shared the house with the victim seems to be telling less than the truth.In the second story The Incredible Theft, top secret plans disappear w [...]

    • Dana Burda says:

      Volumul de povestiri '' Triunghiul etern'' de Agatha Christie a apărut la editura RAO în anul 2015 în seria Hercule Poirot, Ediția colecționarului,22. A fost tradus în limba română de Ionela Chirilă fiind publicat pentru prima dată în 1937.Volumul este o culegere de patru povestiri: Misterul micului diplomat, Incredibilul jaf, Oglinda mortului și Triunghiul etern care au în comun o crimă, prezența lui Hercule Poirot și schema de bază a poveștii, ternul triunghi amoros care este [...]

    • Jurga Jurgita says:

      Po gerų ir rimtų romanų man visada norisi detektyvo. Kaip sakoma "trukt už vadžių, vėl iš pradžių" ir šį kartą vėl grįžau prie Agatos Kristi, su kuria draugystę pradėjau visai neseniai. Man šios autorės detektyvai kaip saulėgrąžos, kurias pradėjus valgyti net nepajunti kaip greitai suvalgai net neturint laiko kada kramtyti. Vos tik prieš kelias dienas pradėjau skaityti ir mėgautis, kai šiandien teko užversti paskutinius knygos puslapius, šelmiškai nusišypsoti bei [...]

    • Grace says:

      4 amazing, thrilling mysteries that keep you guessing until Agatha Christie works her magic and shocks you with unexpected twists !! Was amazing, did take my a while to read-not entirely page turning- but i really enjoyed them , deffo should read!

    • Rohit Kunal says:

      Mixture of good stories and average ones. Being a collection of short stories, this is an okay read considering other of Poirot's that I've read.

    • Nesa Sivagnanam says:

      Murder in the MewsJapp asks Poirot to join him at a house in Bardsley Garden Mews where a Mrs. Barbara Allen shot herself the previous evening – Guy Fawkes Night – the moment of death being disguised by the noise of fireworks. Once there they find that the doctor thinks there is something strange about the death of the woman, a young widow. Mrs. Allen was found by a housemate, Miss Jane Plenderleith, who had been away in the country the previous night. The victim was locked in her room and w [...]

    • Sandip K B says:

      A classic Poirot case and an enthralling end.

    • Laurel Young says:

      I'm a little confused because my edition contained four novellas, not three: Murder in the Mews, Triangle at Rhodes, The Incredible Theft, and Dead Man's Mirror. At any rate, all four are top-notch, classic Poirot cases. The "novella" format always strikes me as a tad awkward, falling somewhere between a story and a novel--I thought that Mews and Theft could have been compressed into short stories, whereas Rhodes and Mirror could have been extended into novels. However, as Dame Agatha rarely wro [...]

    • Mike Page says:

      These are 4 longer short stories that are all very good. Getting into early 20th century English culture is always fun with Christie. Since the stories are longer you get a slower development of characters which always helps. But they are still good for one sitting. These are much better than Poirot Investigates (which are shorter and lack the depth needed to really enjoy the unfolding mystery). The other benefit is Poirot is better without his (imbecilic) sidekick Hastings. By not including him [...]

    • Richa says:

      A good book. After reading so many books (62) of Agatha Christie, I really understand why she reacts as Mrs Oliver, in such a way so as to show embarrassment about her work. She seems to play around with a setting which comprises a handful of suspects, all lying and hiding and the most unlikely of them, at the moment, is to be the murderer. It is actually repetitive. She must be thinking of alternative scenarios while writing up for her book. These might be used later when she has to meet a publ [...]

    • Kavita says:

      This is an anthology of four short stories. Murder in the Mews - A woman gets murdered in her home and the main suspect is her fiancé. I give this one five stars. I really enjoyed the atmospheric narrative and the final twist. A great little story.The Incredible Theft - A number of guests meet at a house party and some important political documents get stolen. There is no murder and I have no interest in the recovery of some vague military plans. Who cares which side wins? One star.Dead Man’s [...]

    • Despair Speaking says:

      What can I say? Agatha Christie's one of my favorite mystery authors, if not authors in general, and Hercule Poirot's one of my favorite characters of all time! He may be boisterous and annoying, but he's worth it! And he DOES care for his friends which is a plus for me!Dead Man's Mirror focuses on this eccentric man considered to be one of the last baronets. He has been through a lot of adventures over the years and have accumulated a lot of wealth. He suddenly sends a letter to Poirot asking f [...]

    • Scott says:

      Poirot is back in four short stories (one might be novella length).Murder in the Mews - A woman gets murdered in her home and there are some nice plot twists - 4 stars.The Incredible Theft - A house party where political documents get stolen. No murder in this one - 4 stars.Dead Man’s Mirror - A house party where the host commits suicide. Or was he murdered? - 4 stars.The Triangle at Rhodes - Poirot is on holiday when someone gets poisoned and it is up to him to pull apart the love triangles a [...]

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