Lord Edgware Dies
A Hercule Poirot MysteryLarge Print - 2012
That very evening, Lord Edgware is killed, and several witnesses testify that Jane was present at the home at the time of the murder. Yet twelve other reliable witnesses can attest to the fact that she was with them at a dinner party that evening and could not possibly have killed her husband.
There's some speculation that a visiting American actress who has been regaling audiences with her spot-on impersonations of Jane Wilkinson might have had a hand in the murder. But she's discovered the next morning in her flat - dead from a drug overdose.
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“You are beautifully and perfectly balanced. In you sanity is personified. […] When the criminal sets out to do a crime his first effort is to deceive. […] The imagine in his mind is that of the normal man. […] As in a mirror I see reflected in your mind exactly what the criminal wishes me to believe. That is terrifically helpful and suggestive.” (Poirot to Hastings)
Despite his good looks there was something vaguely effeminate that I disliked about the softness of his voice. (Hastings, narration)
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