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The Pale Horse by Agatha Christie | Book Review

The Pale Horse First Edition Cover 1961

First published in 1961, The Pale Horse is a story taking place in the misty arena of supernatural forces. Every so often, we hear a very convincing story of appearances of spirits/ghosts and their supernatural powers. The innermost desire of every human being of attaining immortality finds it’s way out in the belief that there is a life beyond this ... Read More »

The Big Four by Agatha Christie | Book Review

The Big Four - First Edition Cover (1927)

First published in 1927, The Big Four reminded me of a 70’s Bollywood masala entertainer. Powerful villains, look-alike long separated twins, impostors, kidnapping, a long chain of mysterious murders, a big conspiracy and a happily ever after at the end of it……Sounds familiar…isn’t it? Especially so with all the remakes we have suffered recently of films from those good old ... Read More »

Inferno by Dan Brown | Book Review

Inferno - Book By Dan Brown

We were very keen to read Inferno – the latest book by suspense thriller writer – Dan Brown since long. But we don’t like to present an article without going thoroughly through the book. Finally, we are able to do so and here are our personal reviews for this book. Book Title : Inferno Author : Dan Brown Publisher : ... Read More »

After the Funeral by Agatha Christie | Book Review

After The Funeral - First Edition (1953 Cover

“After the Funeral” was first published in 1953 in UK with this title and in USA with the title “Funerals are Fatal“. Once again, Agatha Christie takes us to the realm of interconnected crimes and resourceful criminals who can use unplanned events for their gain. Book Title : After the Funeral Author : Agatha Christie Publisher : William Morrow Paperbacks ... Read More »

Towards Zero by Agatha Christie | Book Review

Towards Zero - by Agatha Christie - Us First Edition Cover (1944) - Cover

Published in 1944, “Towards Zero” revolves around the theory of how any crime takes shape. It is an old solicitor Mr. Treves, who explains it in his club in London as his “Towards Zero” theory. When we think of a crime, we think of the criminal act and its investigation, i.e., we start from the moment that the crime is ... Read More »