I like agatha's stories. As we've known agatha, this book is fall of thrill and suspense and it deserves to be read.
This is one of my favorite Agatha Christie books, although I didn't enjoy it quite as much this time around as I did when I read it as a teenager.
I knew this book couldn't end like the 'Masterpiece Theater' production because that TV version went in an entirely different direction with seemingly every possible suspect except Andrew Restarick. I was loving the book until the very end, when Poirot tied up all of the loose ends in a way that seemed less than satisfying. Until then, the plot had seemed tight and the prose very clever. Am I the only one who feels this way?