Murder on the Orient Express, by Agatha Christie

murder-on-the-orient-express-agatha-christieMy second Christie was just as fun as my first and it balanced out in terms of which book was better. This had less info-dump at the end than And Then There Were None, but it also relied more heavily on cultural stereotypes (a pet peeve of mine), so it had both better and worse points. I wasn’t particularly fond of Poirot himself, but I enjoyed many of the other characters. Over all, I liked the book, and I actually partially figured out the solution in advance!

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