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Wiedersehen mit Mrs. Oliver (1956)

von Agatha Christie

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Reihen: Ariadne Oliver (4), Hercule Poirot (30)

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A charity murder game at a Devon house turns into the real thing... Sir George and Lady Stubbs, the hosts of a village f#65533;te, hit upon the novel idea of staging a mock murder mystery. In good faith, Ariadne Oliver, the well known crime writer, agrees to organise their murder hunt. Despite weeks of meticulous planning, at the last minute Ariadne calls her friend Hercule Poirot for his expert assistance. Instinctively, she senses that something sinister is about to happen... Beware - nobody is quite what they seem!… (mehr)
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    Mit offenen Karten von Agatha Christie (Porua)
    Porua: Dead Man's Folly is another book in the series of books that features Hercule Poirot with his friend Mrs. Ariadne Oliver. Cards on the Table is the book in which Poirot meets Mrs. Oliver for the first time and what an eventful meeting that turns out to be! Anyone who enjoys the friendship Poirot and Mrs. Oliver share must read Cards on the Table to know how this endearing and long lasting alliance started.… (mehr)
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Fantastic Murder Mystery. ( )
  Kat_books | Nov 9, 2021 |
This was a serviceable and interesting mystery, but the (in my opinion) unsupported outlandishness of the ending put a bit of a damper on my enjoyment, and the xenophobic characters didn't help. Also wish we had a bit more of Mrs. Oliver in the story, I do enjoy her so. ( )
  misslevel | Oct 1, 2021 |
Christie seems to be getting world weary in her later books. I think the old woman reminds me more of her than Mrs. Oliver. ( )
  OutOfTheBestBooks | Sep 24, 2021 |
I have always love detective stories from the old periods. Only i get muddled up in the words and references they make that either seems out of date or has been converted entirely.
Toilet actually also means dressing up.
A quote from Adriane Oliver:
“It's never difficult to think of things,” said Mrs Oliver. “The trouble is that you think of too many, and then it all becomes too complicated, so you have to relinquish some of them and that is rather agony. ( )
  Ibrahim_Obalola | Apr 15, 2021 |
We first met Mrs. Oliver in "Cards On The Table" and the mystery writer appears again in this book. She has come to a small town to throw a "murder party" for a local fate. She calls up Poirot because she feels that she's being cleaverly engineered into something, but she can't say what, but she tells him that if there is an acutal murder she wouldn't be suprised. Of course, there is an actual murder, but the real cleaverness of this book is how long Christie keeps you from looking at the obvious. Pulled me in from the start. ( )
  Colleen5096 | Oct 29, 2020 |
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"I can't help you," said Mrs Oliver. "I can't imagine who could have done it. At least, of course, I can imagine - I can imagine anything! That's the trouble with me. I can imagine things now - this minute. I could even make them sound all right, but of course none of them would be true. I mean, she could have been murdered by someone who just likes murdering girls but that's too easy - and, anyway, too much of a coincidence that somebody should be at this fete who wanted to murder a girl. And how would he know that Marlene was in the boathouse? Or she might have known some secret about somebody's love affairs, or she may have recognised somebody who was concealing his identity - or she may have known a secret about where some treasure was buried during the war. Or the man in the launch may have thrown somebody into the river and she saw it from the window of the boathouse - or she may even have got hold of some very important message in secret code and not known what it was herself."
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In 1954, Agatha Christie wrote the novella Hercule Poirot and the Greenshore Folly with the intention of donating the proceeds to a fund set up to buy stained glass windows for her local church at Churston Ferrers, and she filled the story with references to local places, including her own home of Greenway. But having completed it, she decided instead to expand the story into a full-length novel, Dead Man’s Folly, which was published two years later, and donated a Miss Marple story (Greenshaw’s Folly) to the church fund instead. PLEASE DO NOT COMBINE!

Since the characters are chiefly the same, I have noted the character's name in the novella when it is different. If a character has only a surname in one version, and both a first name and surname in the other, I have used the full name in both works.
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A charity murder game at a Devon house turns into the real thing... Sir George and Lady Stubbs, the hosts of a village f#65533;te, hit upon the novel idea of staging a mock murder mystery. In good faith, Ariadne Oliver, the well known crime writer, agrees to organise their murder hunt. Despite weeks of meticulous planning, at the last minute Ariadne calls her friend Hercule Poirot for his expert assistance. Instinctively, she senses that something sinister is about to happen... Beware - nobody is quite what they seem!

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