Returning home after lunch one day, Hercule Poirot finds an angry woman waiting outside his front door. She demands to know why Poirot has sent her a letter accusing her of the murder of Barnabas Pandy, a man she has neither heard of nor ever met. Poirot has also never heard of a Barnabas Pandy and has accused nobody of murder. Shaken, he goes inside, only to find that he has a visitor waiting for him - a man who also claims also to have received a letter from Poirot that morning, accusing him of the murder of Barnabas Pandy. Poirot wonders how many more letters of this sort have been sent in his name. Who sent them, and why? More importantly, who is Barnabas Pandy; is he dead, and, if so, was he murdered? And can Poirot find out the answers without putting more lives in danger?
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by Sophie Hannah
by LJ Ross, Various Authors, C.L. Taylor, JD Kirk, Sophie Hannah, Victoria Connelly, Will Dean, David Leadbeater, Adam Hamdy, Alex Smith, Alison Stockham, Barbara Copperthwaite, Caroline Mitchell, Chris McDonald, Claire Sheehy, Clare Flynn, Darren O'Sullivan, Debbie Young, Deborah Carr, Emma Robinson, Graham Brack, Hannah Lynn, Heather Martin, Holly Martin, Imogen Clark, James Gilbert, Jane Corry, Louise Beech, Jean Gill, J.J. Marsh, Judith O'Reilly, Kelly Clayton, Kim Nash, Leah Mercer, Liz Fenwick, Louise Jensen, Louise Mumford, Malcolm Hollingdrake, Marcia Woolf, Mark Stay, Marcie Steele, Natasha Bache, Nick Jackson, Nick Quantrill, Nicky Black, Patricia Gibney, Rachel Sargeant, Rob Parker, Rob Scragg, S.E. Lynes, Shelley Day, Casey Kelleher, Victoria Cooke, Ian Sainsbury, Anne O’Leary, Anne O’Leary
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"The world’s most beloved detective, Hercule Poirot, returns in a stylish, diabolically clever mystery set in 1930’s London from internationally bestselling author, Sophie Hannah.
“What Sophie and Agatha have in common is a rare talent for fiendish unpredictability. They make you see how the impossible might be possible after all.” SUNDAY TELEGRAPH"
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