One of the most famous of Agatha Christie's works, _Murder on the Orient Express_ was my first exposure to Christie and her famous Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot.
Having just completed a case in Syria, Poirot is returning to Europe via the famous Orient Express. During the course of the journey, a man is murdered and the train becomes snowbound. It is up to Poirot to use his wits and figure out which of the twelve remaining passengers might have been responsible for the murders.
I completely enjoyed this book and found Christie's small asides and character quirks hilarious. Truly fun reading and I'll be interested to read the other Poirot books.
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