The Murder of Roger Ackroyd

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Agatha Christie's most audacious crime mystery, reissued to mark 90 years since it was first published with a facsimile cover from 1931. Roger Ackroyd knew too much. He knew the woman he loved had poisoned her first husband, that someone was blackmailing her, and that as a consequence she had just taken her own life. But as he read the letter that would tell him the identity of her mysterious blackmailer, he was stabbed to death in a locked room . . . The Murder of Roger Ackroyd is one of Agatha Christie ...

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Anne972

Jun 11, 2009

Best Mystery Ever

I think that 'The Murder of Roger Ackroyd' has to be Agatha Christie's best book ever. Although the actual murder is not htat spectacular, it's who the murderer is that is the ingenous part. The ending of this book is absloutly stupefying and the fact that you are looking at everyone but the real murderer makes this book amazing. I loved it!

tiffd

Apr 3, 2007

Surprising

I loved this book. I never solved the mystery. My mother-in-law is a high school English teacher and she believes it is literary enough that she has her students read it.

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