Problem at Pollensa Bay is a collection of short stories written by Agatha Christie. I was introduced to sleuth Parker Pyne in the title story of this book and I didn’t care for any of the characters in the story, least of all Parker Pyne. I thought Parker Pyne sounded like porcupine. Story Yellow Iris … Continue reading Book Review. Problem at Pollensa Bay by Agatha Christie
Book Review. An Act of Foul Play By T. E. Kinsey
After being disappointed by the last book in this series, I very much enjoyed reading An Act of Foul Play. As the curtain goes up inside Bristol Theatre on Act 2, a dead man is revealed on stage which gives everyone sitting in the theatre a shock! Especially as initially they assume it to be … Continue reading Book Review. An Act of Foul Play By T. E. Kinsey
Book Review. Rotten to the Core by T. E. Kinsey 🍎🍎🍎
I enjoy spending time with the characters in this series and I loved the title and front cover of the new book in the series, Rotten to the Core but I feel conflicted when I say I’m not sure if this one was any good. I don’t think I would recommend Rotten to the Core … Continue reading Book Review. Rotten to the Core by T. E. Kinsey 🍎🍎🍎
Book Review. A Pocket Full of Rye by Agatha Christie.
‘It’s very simple, really,’ said Miss Marple, but A Pocket Full of Rye is anything but. Just when you think you have it worked out; it turns out that you have not. The twists and turns in this story! And what a sad ending too, for Gladys Martin, one of the characters employed as a … Continue reading Book Review. A Pocket Full of Rye by Agatha Christie.
Book Review. Sparkling Cyanide by Agatha Christie.
I thought having the one central character in Sparkling Cyanide, that being Rosemary, meant that you got a constant revolving perception of the woman. Each chapter in the first part of Sparkling Cyanide was dedicated to a character who was around the table in a restaurant, when Rosemary takes her own life, and has some … Continue reading Book Review. Sparkling Cyanide by Agatha Christie.