SAD CYPRESS by Agatha Christie
Kirkus Star

SAD CYPRESS

A HERCULE POIROT MYSTERY (HERCULE POIROT MYSTERIES)

KIRKUS REVIEW

Straightforward unravelling of two murders and a plot against an innocent victim. All evidence and proof seems to point, to her as the murderer of a girl who had alienated the affections of Elinor's fiance. Even Hercule Poirot is stymied -- for a time --and then wins through to a verdict of "Not guilty". Good tight job.
Pub Date: Sept. 10th, 1940
ISBN: 006207394X
Page count: 304pp
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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Sept. 1st, 1940




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