DEAD MAN'S MIRROR by Agatha Christie

DEAD MAN'S MIRROR

KIRKUS REVIEW

Long short stories -- four of them:- Triangle at Rhodes, Murder in the Mews, The Incredible Theft, and the title story. Not up to the level of her longer stories, she seems to need the extra space to follow through her closely analytical deductive methods employed by Hercule Poirot. Murder in the Mews is the best sustained -- the others are not too absorbing and seem to leave loose ends. But Agatha Christie's name means turnover, so don't pass it over.
Pub Date: June 22nd, 1937
ISBN: 0553350749
Publisher: Dodd, Mead
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 1st, 1937




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