Murder On The Orient Express - Agatha Christie - A Short Summary and Review

A short summary of the book Murder on the Orient Express:

Retribution, Caesar style, in a Pullman.  Solved (of course) by Poirot.

My favorite Agatha Christie quote from the book:

"The impossible cannot have happened, therefore the impossible must be possible, in spite of appearances."

Questions I pondered while reading the book:

Wouldn't that be really cold?

Isn't that a rather large group for a secret?

My review of the book Murder on the Orient Express:

I love whodunits.

Poirot's the man.

The more improbable, the more fun the book.


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