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TV Show Round Up: Curtain: Hercule Poirot’s Last Case

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It’s been a two and a half decade marathon but David Suchet has finally achieved his goal.  With the airing of Curtain: Poirot’s Last Case on ITV this week, Suchet has performed in all seventy Hercule Poirot novels and short stories as television adaptions.  It’s an incredible accomplishment starting back in 1989 with The Adventure of Clapham Cook.  The show ...

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Cat Among The Pigeons by Agatha Christie

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The reason I became an avid reader of Hercule Poirot books as a kid is twofold.  One, I love a good murder mystery.  Two, David Suchet is amazing and watching The ABC Murders on TV made me a fan for life. It’s only as I’ve gotten older and read more about Agatha Christie herself that I’ve gotten to understand the ...

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Revisiting Hercule Poirot

I first discovered Agatha Christie and specifically her Hercule Poirot novels when I was very young.  I don’t remember the exact age, but remember watching a televised screening of The ABC Murders, which Wikipedia tells me was part of the original series which aired in 1989-1990, so I would have been around eight or nine by the time it reached ...

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