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 Agatha Christie

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Different things disappear in an ordinary hostel for students. The residents at Hickory Road do not panic considering it nonsense. A book, a bag or a lamp are not very valuable. You can easily forget about them. But the famous detective Hercule Poirot believes that the events are more serious than they seem at first glance. After all, the list of stolen things looks rather unusual. After a while they find the corpse of one of the inhabitants. It was a murder staged to look like a usual suicide. The case which seemed innocuous, takes a very serious turn. Will the detective be able to save the situation? Will he show his genius once again? The children's verselet, that became the title of the novel, sounds really ominously. The novel's atmosphere perfectly emphasizes this.



Hard words:

jeweller, kleptomania, possessing, teaspoonful, physiotherapy, physiotherapist, digitalis, childishness, jewellery, underclothes, bicarbonate, cheque, encyclopaedia, disappointingly, madhouse, manservant, forging, criminology, incriminate, paperweight, cookery, rucksack, bridegroom, inquest, supposing, larceny, calmness.