Fri, 18 September 2020
Why would the gardener be convinced Alix was going to London, when she hates London? Agatha Christie, today on The Classic Tales Podcast.
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September Sleuths continue with a lovely little mystery by Agatha Christie. It doesn’t actually feature a sleuth, but it is a fantastic example of the short form mystery.
Agatha Christie excels in both the short and long form fiction, which is a further testament to her genius. I hope you like today’s story.
And now, Philomel Cottage, by Agatha Christie.