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    A blinding snowstorm - and a homicidal maniac - traps a small party of friends in an isolated estate. Out of this deceptively simple setup, Agatha Christie fashioned one of her most ingenious puzzlers, which in turn would provide the basis for The Mousetrap, the longest-running play in history.

    From this classic title novella to the deliciously clever gems on its tail (solved to perfection by Hercule Poirot and Miss Jane Marple), this rare collection of murder most foul showcases Christie at her inventive best, proving her reputation as "the champion deceiver of our time" (New York Times).

    ©1950 Agatha Christie Limited (P)2008 HarperCollins Publishers Ltd.

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    • MMW
    • 03/02/2015

    Joan Hickson IS Miss Marple!

    All of the stories are wonderful. Even after I know the ending, I can read, listen and watch anything by Agatha Christie over and over again!

    Joan Hickson is the definitive Miss Marple and always a treasure!

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    • Charlotte
    • 08/10/2012

    All together now!

    This compilation brought together some of my favourite Agatha Christie stories and narrators. The title track was both scary and mysterious, and the setting of a snowbound house with a group of strangers was remarkably well done.

    I thoroughly enjoyed the range of narrators, Joan Hickson and David Suchet never fail to please, and Hugh Fraser brought a different sound to Poirot but not an unpleasant one.

    All in all, a thoroughly satisfying listen!

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    • Chalis
    • 07/04/2014

    The Seeds of Greatness

    Many of Agantha Christie's novels are timeless for me. Miss Marple and Hercule Poirot are my favorites. I'm not sure when this collection of short stories were written. I suspect they were written before the novels. I did not find these short stories as satisfying as the novels I have read. Part of the reason is the narration.

    I loved Joan Hickson as Miss Marple in the TV dramas produced by the BBC. I own DVD's of all the Joan Hickson "Miss Marple" programs and have watched them multiple times. However I did not like Ms. Hickson's narrations in this collection. Her voice was excellent in the TV dramas, but is sibilant and hard to listen to in this collection.

    The best of the narrators was Hugh Fraser. He gets the voice of Hercule Poirot just right for an audio book. I believe I might have enjoyed this collection more if Hugh Fraser had read all the stories.

    I bought this collection as an Audible "Daily Special" - it was a good value at the reduced price. I will seek out other Agatha Christie titles narrated by Hugh Fraser.

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    • Thayer
    • 16/04/2013

    Lovely but no chapter headings

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    Delightful but, as with my other Christie collection, the chapter listing only shows a numeral. Ms Christie gave her chapters lovely titles so it would be nice to have these listed in the directory to ease navigation.

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    • Calliope
    • 25/05/2013

    Liked Three Blind Mice; no so much the others

    I purchased mostly for the Three Blind Mice story, which I enjoyed. I'm not a fan of Joan Hickson's narration (she seems to have a bit of a lisp!), but Hugh Fraser is very good. The other short stories were fine, but only fine. I stick to Agatha Christie's novels in the future and avoid some of these very short stories.

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    • Amazon Customer
    • 05/05/2016

    three blind mice.

    I have read her books ever since high school. I will always love her work .

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    • Michelle Dobbs
    • 07/02/2020

    Absolutely Fabulous!!

    This was such a delightful little collection of Agatha Christie stories to listen to and each of the narrator's voices fit the characters perfectly. Once I started listening I could not stop, and I finished it in one setting!!!

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    • 20/11/2019

    Excellent narration

    Other than the Quinn/Swatterswait short story, I am so familiar with these stories I am buying audible versions for the performances rather than the content. This Audible book is excellently produced and the actors “are” the characters. Simon Vance gives his usual perfect performance.

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    • AW
    • 17/11/2017

    Annoying narration and not the best stories

    I was surprised I didn’t like this better. I purchased it after thoroughly enjoying Murder on the Orient Express, the Kenneth Branagh version. I didn’t realize how short Three Blind Mice was, and it felt very disjointed and random. There was none of the lush, descriptive writing I got used to in MOTOE. The characters annoyed me; everyone seemed somewhat neurotic. The narrator was just okay, but made the most annoying characters, like Christopher Wren, sound even worse.

    Then, it moved on to some Miss Marple stories. I agree with other reviewers, the narration was horrible! I couldn’t understand what she was saying, and decided not to waste my time anymore, because those stories were even more boring and slow paced. There are also no chapter headings, so you have no idea what story you’re about to listen to next! This was the first Audible purchase I’ve ever returned in over two years of using the service. I’ll read/listen to Agatha Christie again, but it won’t be another set of short stories. And I’ll definitely stick with the Poirot series.

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    • Hope
    • 21/10/2020

    Agatha Christie is a Constant Read for Me!

    The stories in this book are riveting and full of twists, turns, and unsuspected finishes. I recommend reading them Menagerie quiet evenings at home and not in a fast-paced kind of way. You'll only get to the juicey bits if you're able to pay full attention. I go back to these stories over and over, especially: "Three Blind Mice." I really see why the playhouse version has run ever since being put to stage. It's captivatingly awesome! What a great author, playwright, and story-teller. Hats off to Dame Agatha Christie!