Book Review. After the Funeral by Agatha Christie.

Ooh I cracked who the murderer was in After the Funeral. Well, sort of. I did wonder why they were still around. I suspected almost every character in After the Funeral. At one stage – Maude, never the husband Timothy, Susan and even the old butler, Lanscombe. More Agatha Christie names Abernethie and Lansquenet. I was appreciative of an Abernethie family timeline on the first page, as I can tie myself into knots trying to remember names of characters, especially those with the same letter – like George and Gregory. They look like the same name to me. I liked the twist with the nuns at the door. ‘A nun would be a good disguise.’ said Susan thoughtfully. ‘It hides your feet.’

After the Funeral is a good read, not one of my favourites by Agatha Christie.

Old custom mentioned. ‘put a piece of wedding cake under your pillow and you’ll dream of your future husband.’ What state does that leave your pillows in?

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