About the Book: -
"The Murder on the Links" is a detective novel written by the renowned British author Agatha Christie. It was first published in 1923 and is the second novel to feature her famous Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot. The story is set primarily in France, in the small town of Merlinville-sur-Mer on the northern coast.
The novel opens with a letter received by Poirot from Paul Renauld, a wealthy man living in France, who fears that his life is in danger and requests Poirot's assistance. Poirot and his friend Captain Arthur Hastings promptly travel to France to help. However, when they arrive, they discover that Renauld has been brutally murdered on a golf course, and the case takes on a more complex and mysterious turn.
"The Murder on the Links" is a classic locked-room mystery, as the murder occurs in a seemingly impenetrable setting with few clues. Poirot uses his trademark deductive reasoning and keen observation to unravel the secrets of the Renauld family and the various suspects in the case. As with many of Agatha Christie's works, there are multiple twists and turns in the plot, and readers are kept guessing until the end.
The novel showcases Agatha Christie's skill in creating intricate plots and memorable characters, as well as her ability to develop a sense of suspense and intrigue. It's a must-read for fans of classic mystery fiction and Agatha Christie's body of work.
Type -: English Fiction.
SKU Number -: BKPUB_1002.
Language -: English
Author-: Agatha Christie
Publisher -: B K Publications Pvt Ltd.
Binding -: Hard.
Last Reprint Year -: 2022.