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Sixteen years ago, Caroline Crale was tried and convicted of her husband's death. Now, (sixteen years later) their daughter, Carla Crale, confronts the great Hurcule Poirot with the greatest challenge of his career: to prove Caroline is innocent. Though if she's innocent, then who's the murderer? Read this book, and slowly the truth will unfold.
"There were five people you say. Tell me about them," Agatha Christie writes (pg. 14). The suspects were: Meredith Blake (This little pig went to the market). Philip Blake (This little pig stayed home). Elsa Greer (This little pig had roast beef). The Governess (This little pig had none). Angela (This little pig went wee-wee-wee- wee, all the way home).
This book is filled with excitement and suspense. It shows that even the smallest details can be very important. I love how creative Agatha's writing is. No matter how hard you try, you can never crack the case before Hurcule Poirot. Join Hercule Poirot "through the past", to find who dunnit!