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Rts nauwkeurig verzameld en opgetekend Maar voor de oplossing van het raadsel zorgt een man die nog maar net in het dorp woont Hercule Poirot. Agatha Christie offers her readers an invite an invite to come and solve her tantalising murder mysteryIt was a real tricky one though I did have my suspicions very early on There was a certain emphasis on a tiny bit of information that we didn t really need to know that gave the game away It added little to the story and for me only had the purpose of giving her killer an excuse not to be the killer So it was obviously that person Most readers seem to have been utterly dumbfounded at the reveal but I spotted it a mile of perhaps only because I have seen the same device used in a book by another author I m not going to mention the name of the book because it will give it all away Nevertheless when it was finally confirmed it still brought me a great deal of delight The actual murder event was ever so discreet tucked in between two paragraphs in plain sight that will always be missed on an initial read It was the editor afterward that drew my attention to the piece of text and despite my suspicions I still missed it when I read it the first time When I went back to read it though I noticed exactly how subtle Christie has been it is exceedingly clever writing that s for sure The real success of Christie s writing is her narrative drive It is impossible to read this in a slow leisurely manner I found myself storming through pages and chapters at an alarming rate I actually read the entire novel in one evening and pretty much in one sitting Christie gives you just enough information to keep you second guessing yourself but not enough to finally confirm your suspicions at least until that memorable reveal the grand unmasking of her killer Poirot knew all along he was just keeping the killer as close as possible for as long as possible baiting him the entire time In the mode of modernism Christie s prose is deceptively simple It pushes ever forward picking up speed as it heads towards the climax a single line of dialogue that has no doubt dropped the jaw of many a reader She also explores the psychological state of her characters and demonstrates awareness of Freud s theories of psychoanalysis It allowed her to get way with so much here and Poirot uses it too when he considers the possible murder motives his line of suspects could have Overall a brilliant book This will not be the last Agatha Christie novel I read Son of the Hero raadsel zorgt een man die nog maar net in het dorp woont Hercule Poirot. 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Het dorp King's Abbot wordt opgeschrikt door twee plotselinge sterfgevallen de dood van de mooie mevrouw Ferrars en de moord op de rijkste va. This is one of the cleverest mysteries I have ever read The plot is dazzling and its execution is flawless I was drawn into the mystery so easily and despite following all of Hercule Poirot s little ideas as he calls them despite all the subtle clues to decipher this story and its ending were a complete surpriseNo spoilers ahead although there are a couple of very obscure clues In this novel Hercule Poirot has retired to a small village and when a murder is committed coupled with the possible blackmail of another person close to the murder victim one of the family reuests Hercule Poirot s help in discovering the truth behind the mystery Hastings Poirot s chronicler and helper in past mysteries is in Argentina so Poirot asks the local doctor if he would be willing to assist him Dr Shepherd is thrilled to be asked as the life of a country doctor is tedious at times and he sees it as an opportunityThere are several household members all of whom are suspects there are also a few of the household staff in the suspect categoryDespite the large cast of characters and the various clues attached to certain people I found it very easy to keep track of everyone including the clues motives and where everyone was at the crucial times Dr Shepherd is very good at keeping notes and then transcribing them for our benefit afterwardWhat am I saying Of course it was Agatha Christie behind it all and what a brilliant little masterpiece she created with this novel I am only 4 books along in her Hercule Poirot series and I can see very clearly why she is in the upper echelons of the best mystery writers of all time Tall man riding. rijkste va. This is one of the cleverest mysteries I have ever The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory read The plot is dazzling and its execution is flawless I was drawn into the mystery so easily and despite following all of Hercule Poirot s little ideas as he calls them despite all the subtle clues to decipher this story and its ending were a complete surpriseNo spoilers ahead although there are a couple of very obscure clues In this novel Hercule Poirot has The Big Golden Book of Poetry retired to a small village and when a murder is committed coupled with the possible blackmail of another person close to the murder victim one of the family NITRO: The Incredible Rise and Inevitable Collapse of Ted Turner's WCW reuests Hercule Poirot s help in discovering the truth behind the mystery Hastings Poirot s chronicler and helper in past mysteries is in Argentina so Poirot asks the local doctor if he would be willing to assist him Dr Shepherd is thrilled to be asked as the life of a country doctor is tedious at times and he sees it as an opportunityThere are several household members all of whom are suspects there are also a few of the household staff in the suspect categoryDespite the large cast of characters and the various clues attached to certain people I found it very easy to keep track of everyone including the clues motives and where everyone was at the crucial times Dr Shepherd is very good at keeping notes and then transcribing them for our benefit afterwardWhat am I saying Of course it was Agatha Christie behind it all and what a brilliant little masterpiece she created with this novel I am only 4 books along in her Hercule Poirot series and I can see very clearly why she is in the upper echelons of the best mystery writers of all time

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N het dorp Roger AckroydDirect komen er allerlei verhalen los Al het geroddel maar ook de feiten die de politie ontdekt worden door de dorpsa. The Murder or Roger Ackroyd is one of the most well known mysteries written by Agatha Christie and the only one to be featured in the 1001 Books To Read Before You Die list After having read it I understand why it is so well praised As with all her mysteries it leaves you guessing until the end who the killers is and in this particular case the way the murderer was unraveled was particularly interesting Sadly for me I already knew who the killer was as I accidently found out from an audio course on Crime and mystery novels Because of that a large part of the book s appeal was lost for me However I can still appreciate the uniue way this novel was thought out I don t want to say any so I do not spoil anything for the ones that still haven t read it If you enjoy Agatha Christie s novels this one is a must The Eagle & the Nightingales (Bardic Voices, read it I understand why it is so well praised As with all her mysteries it leaves you guessing until the end who the killers is and in this particular case the way the murderer was unraveled was particularly interesting Sadly for me I already knew who the killer was as I accidently found out from an audio course on Crime and mystery novels Because of that a large part of the book s appeal was lost for me However I can still appreciate the uniue way this novel was thought out I don t want to say any so I do not spoil anything for the ones that still haven t MT 86 : Protocole Montréal-Toulouse d'examen linguistique de l'aphasie (1CD audio) read it If you enjoy Agatha Christie s novels this one is a must

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  • The Murder of Roger Ackroyd
  • Agatha Christie
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  • 12 May 2019
  • 9789024511624

About the Author: Agatha Christie

Mary Westmacott and was occasionally published under the name



10 thoughts on “The Murder of Roger Ackroyd

  1. says:

    I went into this book with a bit of an attitude Roger Ackroyd is the only Agatha Christie book featured on the list of 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die and I was skeptical about the List's claim that this was the only Christie book worth reading But as much as it pains me to say this I think the List is right on this one At

  2. says:

    I read mysteries in between denser reads and Dame Christie never disappoints me As in all of her cases involving Inspector Hercule Poirot Christie unearths layer upon layer of the case leaving her readers guessi

  3. says:

    This is one of the cleverest mysteries I have ever read The plot is dazzling and its execution is flawless I was drawn into the mystery so easily and despite following all of Hercule Poirot’s “little ideas” as he calls them despite all the subtle clues to decipher this story – and its ending – were a complete surpriseNo

  4. says:

    The Murder or Roger Ackroyd is one of the most well known mysteries written by Agatha Christie and the only one to be featured in the 1001 Books To Read Before You Die list After having read it I understand why it is so well praised As with all her mysteries it leaves you guessing until the end who the killers is and in this particular case the way the murderer was unraveled was particularly interesting Sadly for me I already knew who the

  5. says:

    It's been many years since this book was released but it's still a cut above what's being published today Iconic detective Hercule Poirot has retired to the country but is drawn in to solve a murder With an ingenious plot wonderful characters and an ending that you will never guess we are again reminded why Agatha Christie is the master at pl

  6. says:

    Wow just Wow Agatha Christie had me from the first page hook line sinker and she never lost my attention until the very end No wonder this is considered to be one of her very bestI do not want to say too much about this book I mean t

  7. says:

    Agatha Christie offers her readers an invite an invite to come and solve her tantalising murder mysteryIt was a real tricky one though I did

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    This Hercule Poirot is a genuine tour de force a classic of the genre for a very good reason that you will understand perfectly as soon as you have finish reading it

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    The Murder of Roger Ackroyd Hercule Poirot #4 Agatha ChristieThe Murder of Roger Ackroyd is a work of detective fiction by British writer Agatha Christie first published in June 1926 It is the fourth novel to feature Hercule Poirot as the lead detective In King's Abbot wealthy widow Mrs Ferrars unexpectedly commits suicide which distresses her fiancé widower Roger Ackroyd At dinner that evening in Ackroyd's home of Fe

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    I saw a few reviews before I read this book saying it was the best Agatha Christie they had read and I think I agree I raced through it in a few hours though still making sure I absorbed every fact and every clueNot that it did me any good I had plenty of ideas as to who the murderer might be but in the end none of them were correct Poirot

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