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Audio book | Agatha Christie – Death on the Nile

Posted on: September 23, 2007

Agatha Christie – Death on the Nile
audio | mp3/64kbps | 2h20m | 64Mb
BBC full-cast dramatisation


While dining at chic restaurant, “Chez Ma Tante”, Poirot, a detective, overhears Jacqueline de Bellefort and Simon Doyle speaking to one another, and is concerned by the depth of her love for him. When next he meets her it is far away, in Egypt, and Simon Doyle is married to the woman who was once Jacqueline de Bellefort’s best friend: the wealthy and beautiful Linnet Ridgeway. Jacqueline seems determined to have her revenge on them both. Can Poirot persuade her to abandon a course of action that promises disaster to everyone?

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2 Responses to "Audio book | Agatha Christie – Death on the Nile"

Agatha Christie is a versatile writer. NO one can achieve the success which she had achieved because in her suspense novels there is no erotic and voyeuristic portrayals.The other day I read And Then There Were None Its a mind blowing novel.Just we can’t predict who the killer is.

Let me start by saying I’m probably biased, having seen this film at the tender age of nine and fallen in love with Egypt, Agatha Christie books and Bette Davis & Maggie Smith on account of it. A couple of decades on I still think this is a smashing experience, and way under-rated. Peter Ustinov may not be the ‘physical’ Poirot, but he *is* the suave Poirot better than anyone else (and I am a David Suchet fan). Angela Lansbury plays her character wackier than in the book and it does her and us an enormous amount of good. Even Mia Farrow seems to be at her best here, which is saying something!Please don’t miss this one. It might narrow your views on just about everything earthly, human and criminal. More importantly, it might deprive you of 1978’s best ensemble acting…I love this movie….Here are famous books by Darwin, Newton and Shakespeare in audio format. Also discover the stories behind some well-known works, such as Marie Stopes’ Married Love, the original radical feminist Mary Wollstonecraft’s A Vindication of the Rights of Woman. Check out ”Audio Books”

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