Le Meurtre de Roger Ackroyd (2020)

Le Meurtre de Roger Ackroyd Un soir dans sa propri t de Fernly Park l industriel Roger Ackroyd se confie son ami le Dr Sheppard La veuve qu il envisageait d pouser s est suicid e pour chapper un chantage Dans une ultime lettre
  • Title: Le Meurtre de Roger Ackroyd
  • Author: Agatha Christie Françoise Jamoul
  • ISBN: 9782253006961
  • Page: 373
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Le Meurtre de Roger Ackroyd
    Un soir, dans sa propri t de Fernly Park, l industriel Roger Ackroyd se confie son ami le Dr Sheppard La veuve qu il envisageait d pouser s est suicid e pour chapper un chantage Dans une ultime lettre, elle lui r v le le nom de celui qui d tient un terrible secret un an plus t t, elle a assassin son mari.Peu apr s avoir livr ces confidences, Roger Ackroyd estUn soir, dans sa propri t de Fernly Park, l industriel Roger Ackroyd se confie son ami le Dr Sheppard La veuve qu il envisageait d pouser s est suicid e pour chapper un chantage Dans une ultime lettre, elle lui r v le le nom de celui qui d tient un terrible secret un an plus t t, elle a assassin son mari.Peu apr s avoir livr ces confidences, Roger Ackroyd est retrouv mort, poignard Et la fameuse lettre a disparu Paru en 1926, ce deuxi me roman d Agatha Christie lui valut aussit t une c l brit internationale, pour la rigueur d une intrigue o l nigme restait enti re jusqu aux toutes derni res pages Et aussi pour la stup fiante habilet avec laquelle l astucieux d tective belge du nom d Hercule Poirot amenait ses lecteurs la solution la plus impr vue
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    1. Arabic English Review 15 16 17 18 The truth, however ugly in itself, is always curious and beautiful to seekers after it Women observe subconsciously a thousand little details, without knowing that they are doing so Their subconscious mind adds these little things together and they call the result intuition 16 17 2016 20 2016 A Brief English Review Sep 15, The Queen of Crime, and Mystery Agatha Christie s Birthday.Sep 16, recommending this to us as one of the best Twist Reveal in her novels.So, [...]

    2. 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 least a little I m definitely not suggesting that you should read this book and then never pick up a Christie novel ever again, but if you find yourself in a situat [...]

    3. 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 guessing until the very end Just when you think whodunit, she throws in a twist by revealing a key clue that only Poirot could have thought of Occasionally, I guess the criminal, but other times I am left stumped This time, in The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, Christie leaves me hanging until her [...]

    4. 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 best.I do not want to say too much about this book, I mean the title pretty much tells you what it is about and to go too much further into any details runs the risk of spoilers If there are others out there, like me, who are late in the game of reading this I do not want to spoil that experience for them in any way.This i [...]

    5. Agatha Christie offers her readers an invite, an invite to come and solve her tantalising murder mystery.It 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 r [...]

    6. Dear Agatha Christie,You tricked my mind with style and I love you for it xxTerrific, outstanding, spectacular, and everything in between What can I say about this book that hasn t already been said It s brilliant, simply and utterly brilliant This book is the reason why Agatha Christie s my all time favourite writer.At 4am, I found myself feverishly flipping through the pages, trying to get to the bottom of the mystery, which I only figured out towards the end of the book This unputdownable mas [...]

    7. Just finished a re read of this classic I remember the first time I read it, the twist at the end knocked my socks off My second thought was Agatha Christie understands evil in a way that is a little frightening This time through, I remembered how it turns out which is not always the case , and was able to watch the clues with the murderer in mind An astonishingly masterful piece of work.When it was first published, in 1926, this book caused quite a stir, because no one had ever used this twist [...]

    8. A mystery that lasts till the last page and ends with an unprecedented plot twist.One of the favorite books that I read in 2015 Nothing much can be said about the story or plot, or anything for that matter, without dropping a major spoiler But trust me, it s bloody clever Agatha Christie will leave you dazzled One of her finest.Highly Recommended

    9. 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.

    10. Soo, I have heard a lot of wonderful things about this book and about this great ending I am a huge fan of Agatha Christie stories and they are the Perfect cozy mysteries for me Whenever I read a cozy mystery, I end up comparing it to Christie novels.My personal favorites are And Then There Were None , Murder on the Orient Express If you haven t read these, go ahead and give them a try.So as this book is counted in top 1000 mystery books, I definitely wanted to be ahead of Christie or should I s [...]

    11. Choose Your Own Adventure You are a country doctor living in a cozy English village and your friend has been murdered Suspects abound Whispers and secrets and dastardly blackmail surround you Your sister prattles on The situation becomes increasingly aggravating and even worse, your nosy and very foreign neighbor decides to make your private business his own His bizarre Belgian behavior soon becomes quite intolerable Whatever is a country doctor to do If you decide to take a nice long trip to ea [...]

    12. Rating 4 of five THIS REVIEW IS FOR THE AGATHA CHRISTIE S POIROT EPISODE AS WELL AS THE BOOK The Publisher Says In the village of King s Abbot, a widow s sudden suicide sparks rumors that she murdered her first husband, was being blackmailed, and was carrying on a secret affair with the wealthy Roger Ackroyd The following evening, Ackroyd is murdered in his locked study but not before receiving a letter identifying the widow s blackmailer King s Abbot is crawling with suspects, including a nervo [...]

    13. Le da en dos sentadas, es una de las novelas de misterio que m s me han gustado La verdad es que no es un g nero que lea normalmente, pero s que me va conquistando poco a poco, y creo que es la novela justa para hacer que me ena del g nero y contin e con l durante m s tiempo.A Agatha Christie tan solo la hab a catado con Diez negritos, y pese a gustarme, ech en falta un final que cambiase completamente la historia Y El asesinato de Roger Ackroyd lo ha conseguido Cada detalle est medido, cada per [...]

    14. The Murder of Roger Ackroyd Something Hidden The truth, however ugly in itself, is always curious and beautiful to the seeker after it Hercule PoirotHercule Poirot appears for the third time in a novel Remarkably, after only two novels, The Mysterious Affair at Styles, and The Murder on the Links, we find that Poirot has retired and taken a house, The Larches, in the fictional village of King s Abbot, near the home of his friend Roger Ackroyd.Unlike the previous Poirot outings, the narrator of t [...]

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    16. Where to start, well I saw a few other people wanted to read this as a Buddy read, so whilst on a Miss Marple kick challenge I thought why not I cannot remember ever having read this or even seeing it as a TV adaptation and did not guess the ending until right at the very end.The central characters of Dr Sheppard and his sister Caroline are excellent, with the Dr playing the Hastings role for Poirot I think the story is well constructed with many twists and turns, and overall generally good i ve [...]

    17. The things young women read nowadays and profess to enjoy positively frighten me It s kind of funny that I read Agatha Christie for years and didn t know until a few years back that this was one of her most famous books I d heard of the others, but this always fell under my radar until this year Now that I ve read it, does it deserve it s rep I have to say yes, yes it does I was starting to suspect the ending turn out, but it was still done in such a delightful and clever away that pre guessing [...]

    18. M Poirot, what were you thinking Retiring to a small village to grow vegetable marrows I too would hurl them in fits of regret As if marrows could suitably engage those little grey cells Excellent depiction of the competitive sport of gossip Small communities everywhere suffer from it That is one of the reasons that I came to live in a city I can actually keep my private life relatively private Dame Agatha really did set the patterns for current mystery literature, didn t she Very, very enjoyabl [...]

    19. Wow Now I m a big fan of Christie _ I have an ear to ear smile of satisfaction that s a very wide smile indeed _ Christie fooled me I admit made me think of other suspects, so surely thinking it was one of them and I was just waiting for the moment when one of two is to be stated as the murderer And oopss It happened like this This book was one of many of those I got upon my request as my birthday gift from my dear beloved husband and still there are some to be read and I m happy _ And THANKS a [...]

    20. Every new development that arises is like a shake you give to a kaleidoscope the thing changes entirely in aspect.True of so many of Christie s better works This particular one has often been voted not only Christie s best, but the best murder mystery ever written independent arts ent My favourite of her works is And Then There Were None but this one would would quite definitely be in my top 5 Far wittier than most Christie s in particular the Mah Jong scene A kinder portrayal of servants than i [...]

    21. I m not very experienced in crime mystery novels I read them for light hearted entertainment between general fiction this time I needed some air after Steppenwolf I loved And Then There Were None link to review , my first Christie novel, last year so I bought three of her acclaimed works at the recent book fair.The things I like about Christie s writing are that it makes you feel like you re on the scene yourself the characterisation even if ten characters are introduced at the start and you re [...]

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