Death on the Nile By Agatha Christie
Death on the Nile is a piece of detective fiction by British author Agatha Christie, first revealed in the UK by the Collins Crime Membership on 1 November 1937 and in the US by Dodd, Mead and Firm the following yr.
Beloved detective Hercule Poirot embarks on a journey to Egypt in one in all Agatha Christie’s most well-known mysteries.
The tranquility of a luxurious cruise alongside the Nile was shattered by the discovery that Linnet Ridgeway had been shot via the head. She was younger, trendy, and delightful. A lady who had all the things . . . till she misplaced her life.
Hercule Poirot recalled an earlier outburst by a fellow passenger: “I’d prefer to put my pricey little pistol towards her head and simply press the set off.” But beneath the searing warmth of the Egyptian solar, nothing is ever fairly what it appears.
A sweeping thriller of affection, jealousy, and betrayal, Death on the Nile is one in all Christie’s most legendary and timeless works.