Partners in Crime eBook ✓Ê Agatha Christie

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➭ [Ebook] ➨ Partners in Crime By Agatha Christie ➹ – Connecfloor.co.uk Tommy and Tuppence Beresford were restless for adventure so when they were asked to take over Blunt's International Detective Agency they leapt at the chance After their triumphant recovery of a pinkEbook Partners in Crime By Agatha Christie Connecfloorcouk Tommy and Tuppence Beresford were restless for adventure so when they were asked to take over Blunt's International Detective Ag

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Partners in CrimeAnce After their triumphant recovery of a pink pearl intriguing cases kept on coming their way a stabbing on Sunningdale golf course; cryptic messages in the personal columns of newspapers; and even a box of poisoned chocolate

10 Comments on "Partners in Crime eBook ✓Ê Agatha Christie"

  • Shannon

    Partners in Crime eBook ✓Ê Agatha Christie Partners in CrimeThis may be an unpopular opinion but Tommy and Tuppence Beresford are my favorite of Agatha Christie's detectives Poirot is brilliant and much appreciated but Tommy and Tuppence are charmingly brilliant and absolutely hilarious I love these short stories in which the Beresfords take over a detective agency and solve a series of crimes of varying severity Throughout they refer to their shelf of masters adapting the mannerisms and techniues of various literary detectives to hilarious effect My favorite is Tommy's mangled violin playing as he apes Sherlock Holmes


  • Mara

    Partners in Crime eBook ✓Ê Agatha Christie Partners in CrimeI really do love me some early Christie short stories I thought this was just such a fun time There are definitely some weaker stories in here but overall the banter between TT was delightful I enjoyed watching them ape different detectives from Golden Age detective fiction we even get a Poirot shout out This isn't the best of the short story collections but it's definitely one that shouldn't be missed


  • Vikas Singh

    Partners in Crime eBook ✓Ê Agatha Christie Partners in CrimeThe Second of Tommy and Tuppence series it is a collection of 15 of their adventures many styled after leading fictional detectives of the era including Sherlock Holmes In one of the stories there is a delightful take on Hercule Poirot too Not strictly in the same crime and mystery genre as Chritie's other stories the stories here are light and fun


  • Simona B

    Partners in Crime eBook ✓Ê Agatha Christie Partners in CrimeA collection of short stories mimicking famous literary detectives even though some of them are practically unknown today even Sherlock Holmes and Christie's own Hercule Poirot Some of the stories are really fun others utterly unremarkable All in all a pleasant read


  • Veronique

    Partners in Crime eBook ✓Ê Agatha Christie Partners in Crime35 “It is a great advantage to be intelligent and not to look it” Short stories where you can’t really get your teeth in the story always feel a little ‘lesser’ to me than novels Having said this these proved to be fun and light The prefect thing when you want something easy and entertainingTommy and Tuppence throw themselves back in the midst of action by accepting to take over a detective agency each episode representing a case although there is a running thread through the whole of it I particularly liked how our characters would take inspiration from fictional detectives to help them in their endeavour from Sherlock Holmes to yes our very own Hercule Poirot I can totally imagine Agatha having


  • Nandakishore Varma

    Partners in Crime eBook ✓Ê Agatha Christie Partners in CrimeI have been rereading some of the old books of Dame Agatha as a sort of breather from serious literature this book is one of them If I remember correctly I read this sometime in the early eighties three decades and a half ago I remember not liking it much at that time and the reread did not change my opinion Tommy and Tuppence Beresford IMO are Agatha Christie's weakest detectives even though they are an endearing couple The premise of this collection of short stories is really nice the Beresfords having helped the police to tra


  • Lotte

    Partners in Crime eBook ✓Ê Agatha Christie Partners in CrimeLoved all of Tommy and Tuppence's banter and the cleverly placed references to other famous sleuths of the 'Golden age of crime' Some mysteries were definitely better than others but overall this collection was just a lot of fun to read


  • Cristina

    Partners in Crime eBook ✓Ê Agatha Christie Partners in CrimeI think I’m addicted to Agatha Christie’s books I love her writing style And I love the mystery in all her cases I decided that I’m going to buy all her books No matter how many did she write I want them all 😍


  • John

    Partners in Crime eBook ✓Ê Agatha Christie Partners in CrimeA collection of short stories within a story Tommy and Tuppence impersonate Mr Blunt who runs an international detective agency which is a front for Russian spies The two detectives undertake a seri


  • Piyangie

    Partners in Crime eBook ✓Ê Agatha Christie Partners in CrimeTommy and Tuppence are an interesting detective duo Not serious as Poirot and perhaps not as brilliant like him but the duo keep the reader's interest in their detective adventures Partners in Crime is a collection of their detective adventures These are light and fun; perhaps not so well executed as the mysteries in the Poirot series but engaging enough in their own right It was interesting to note that there were certain references made to other fictitious detectives including Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot as the duo considered which detective's method they should apply to the case at hand This added a little humour and refreshment to the stories I did enjoy Tommy and Tuppence adventures Their gaiety and careless manner was uite a contrast to Christie's most beloved detective Hercule Poirot This is uite an achievement on the part