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The Man In The Brown Suit by Agatha Christie

Monday, March 30, 2015

Hi friends!  I just finished reading the book The Man In The Brown Suit by Agatha Christie.  I would love to share with you a little bit about this book.



The book starts out with a young woman named Anne Beddingfield who is seeking adventure in her life.  Anne's adventure begins when she goes to London and is present on the Hyde Park Corner tube station platform and witnesses the mysterious death of a man.  A man in a brown suit comes forward as a doctor and pronounces him dead and then leaves the station.  The man drops a note and Anne picks it up and from there Anne tries to solve the mysterious death because the verdict from Scotland Yard is accidental death.  

This is the fourth novel by Agatha Christie and this book is an interesting read with mystery, adventure, and romance mixed into it.  If you love mystery and are a fan of Agatha Christie books then you will want to read this book. 

I liked this book but at times I was a little confused as there are many characters.  I love reading a good mystery and would recommend this.  
   

I will be sharing this book at Book Musing Monday at Mary-andering Creatively.
I will be sharing this at Read with Me at Mama Mummy Mum.
I will be sharing this with the Book Nook at Create With Joy.


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Thanks everyone and Enjoy!

Julie

28 comments:

  1. I am not familiar with this story, but it sounds like a really good one! xx

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  2. My daughter has been reading Agatha Christie lately. I'll have to tell her about this one!

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  3. I will have to go back and get these books on my Kindel. I love to read and my favorites are mysteries, I read about 1 book at week depending on how much time I have left over after my chores.
    Have a great week Julie and have a wonderful Easter.
    Hugs
    Mary

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  4. Julie- I think I read this book years ago. It would be worth a reread. I always loved the "English style" that Agatha Christie was written in. xo Diana

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  5. I haven't read this one. Thanks for the review, Julie :-)

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  6. I've read this book Julie I think it's great might even read it again. :) xx

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  7. Agatha Christie is one of my favorite mystery authors but I must admit, I might rather watch the Masterpiece episodes featuring some of her sleuths as the plots can be complicated.

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  8. This is one of my favorite Christie books. A lot of head-hopping is done in this book. But, nonetheless it's got plot, great storytelling and a feisty heroine who gets herself out of danger part of the time.

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  9. Agatha is one of those authors that I would love to read EVERY single book of her's. I read two in high school...and loved them! :)

    Thanks for joining the Link Up this week!

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  10. Sounds interesting! Thanks for posting. I think I might check this one out. :)

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  11. I love a good mystery. I haven't been reading as much lately so I should start a new mystery. Thanks for a good review! Enjoy your week my friend! Hugs, Diane

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  12. It really sounds like a good book Julie. I know what you mean. I hate a lot of characters. So much to keep up with.
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  13. Agatha is uniquely captivating. ..I love Hercule Poirot and the two detectives, Timmy and Tuppence, if I'm not mistaken, in her books...

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  14. Agatha is a marvelous writer, but I know what you mean about lots of characters. Give me two, and maybe a dog, and I'm a happy girl ;).

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  15. I've heard about Agatha but haven't picked any of her books out. Maybe I'll try to read her books with your book review. Hey if it's got a bit of romance then I think I'm for it, hehehehe. Thanks for reviewing the book, Julie:) Hugs, Ping

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  16. I have to admit I've never read a book by Agatha Christie before!! thanks for sharing with #readwithme x

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  17. I also like this book, Julie!
    Amalia
    xo

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  18. I love reading Agatha Christie mysteries but haven't in quite a while! Now I need to go back and read this one!
    Miss Marple is my favorite though!

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  19. Hi Julie, This sounds like a good mystery. I will have to add it to my list Thank you for the review.
    Wishing you a blessed Easter week.
    Hugs, CM

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  20. Hi Julie, This sounds like a good mystery. I will have to add it to my list Thank you for the review.
    Wishing you a blessed Easter week.
    Hugs, CM

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  21. I remember reading the "Murder on Orient Express" by Agatha Christie in school and really liked it. My daughter loves mysteries and I think these would be great couch time books to read together. Thank you for sharing your review on the Art of Home-Making Mondays :)

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  22. Julie, I haven't read this one. In fact, I really haven't read many Agatha Christies and I don't know why (since I liked the ones I read). Must remedy that!

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  23. Oh, this is an oldie but goodie! I LOVE reading, and mysteries are my favorites :)
    Susan

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  24. This sounds like a wonderful read, my friend :) I love when you share books since I am always on the lookout for new ones to read. Thanks for sharing with Roses of Inspiration. May you have a blessed Easter! Hugs!

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  25. You've reminded me that I haven't read any Agatha Christie books for years... I need to correct that.
    Thanks for reminding me Julie ;D

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  26. I never read one of her books. I think it is time to change that.

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