Cozy Mystery: 75 stories similar to Agatha Christie and

Cozy Mystery: 75 stories similar to Agatha Christie and Hercule Poirot ❴Read❵ ➲ Cozy Mystery: 75 stories similar to Agatha Christie and Hercule Poirot Author Jane Wagner – Thomashillier.co.uk If you like the stories written by Agatha Christie about Hercule Poirot and would like to read stories similar to Agatha Christie s Hercule Poirot, read the stories in this boxset It contains about 75 stories Kindle Ö If you like the stories written by Agatha Christie about Hercule Poirot and would like to read stories similar to Agatha Christie s Hercule Poirot, read thestories in this boxset It contains aboutpages of cozy mystery If, like me, you have read all Agatha Christie s books and wish she had written , please give my stories a chance I wrote these stories and they are based on characters and stories created by writers from the Cozy Mystery: eBook Ô golden age of mystery, that is the yearstillDetective Jules Poiret was created by Frank Howel Evans inThe character of Jules Poiret was inspired by Sherlock Holmes, created by Arthur Conan Doyle and in turn inspired Agatha Christie to create Hercule Poirot.


About the Author: Jane Wagner

75 stories Kindle Ö Jane Wagner is an American writer, director and producer Wagner is best known as Lily Tomlin s comedy writer, collaborator and life partnerShe is the author of The Search For Signs of Intelligent Life in the Universe, The Incredible Shrinking Woman and other Tomlin vehicles.



10 thoughts on “Cozy Mystery: 75 stories similar to Agatha Christie and Hercule Poirot

  1. Bonnie Dale Keck Bonnie Dale Keck says:

    Kindle Unlimited, I have watched every episode and movie of every incarnation of Poirot, own the omnibus stories plus manysingular books, and this is not Poirot, what it is, is an insult to Poirot, to David Suchet, to the English language and to the English people, with Agatha Christie twirling like a spinning top in her grave I would like to emphasize an insult to the British and even American English language, learn how to spell, how to proof, quit acting as if you all are writing a rev Kindle Unlimited, I have watched every episode and movie of every incarnation of Poirot, own the omnibus stories plus manysingular books, and this is not Poirot, what it is, is an insult to Poirot, to David Suchet, to the English language and to the English people, with Agatha Christie twirling like a spinning top in her grave I would like to emphasize an insult to the British and even American English language, learn how to spell, how to proof, quit acting as if you all are writing a review instead of a supposed book, because short stories should not equate with stupid which some were nor silly which some where and definitely not be in the area of What Where was the mystery The real mystery with this inexcusable mishmash is how anyone thought it was even close to literature in any form, shape, or fashion You want real Briticisms, try it was bloody bollocked


  2. Devi Nair Devi Nair says:

    An unconvincing attempt at Agatha Christie s legendary Poirot This Poiret character feels lame and superficial Could not complete the book


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