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Author:
Agatha Christie
ISBN13:
978-0425067895
ISBN:
0425067890
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Publisher:
A Berkley Book; First Edition edition (February 1, 1984)
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Mystery
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4.7
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Murde Hazelrnoor Agatha Christie On a cold, snowy winter evening, six members of the tiny community of Sittaford . by Agatha Christie Mallowan. No part of this book may be reproduced in any form. without permission in writing from the publisher

Murde Hazelrnoor Agatha Christie On a cold, snowy winter evening, six members of the tiny community of Sittaford are engaged in an amusing seance of table turning when. without permission in writing from the publisher. Published by Dodd, Mead & Company, Inc.

I had just finished carving some boiled beef (remarkably tough by the way) and on resuming my seat I remarked, in a spirit most unbecoming to my cloth, that any one who murdered Colonel Protheroe would be doing the world at large a service

I had just finished carving some boiled beef (remarkably tough by the way) and on resuming my seat I remarked, in a spirit most unbecoming to my cloth, that any one who murdered Colonel Protheroe would be doing the world at large a service. My young nephew, Dennis, said instantly: "That'll be remembered against you when the old boy is found bathed in blood. Mary will give evidence, won't you, Mary? And describe how you brandished the carving knife in a vindictive manner

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The Murder at Hazelmoor book. A pretty standard Agatha Christie mystery. I liked the snowy winter atmosphere and the mystery was intriguing throughout. It began as an innocent parlor game intended. Emily, the amateur detective, felt pretty much interchangeable with any other young female detective in any other Agatha Christie novel though and I wasn't a fan of that.

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  • Agatha Christie's murder mysteries are entertaining stories of crime in England. The characters are intersting and the stories have great twists and turns in the plot. I enjoy all of her books.

  • Another great murder mystery by Agatha Christie.A snowbound village,
    murder and no Poirot or Marple to solve it.A very good story, enjoy.

  • Nothing from Christie falls below three stars for me, but that is what I give this book. The main characters were okay, that's all, and the mystery was obvious in who did it, but there is something I am missing in the solving of the crime. Spoiler alert coming for those who haven't read it!!!!
    I don't understand the missing boots. If Burnaby used them to ski to Trevalyan's, and the boots were trevalyan's (as they were, because that is how the solution came about - trevalyan's manservant saw a pair of his boots were missing) did Burnaby take them from trevalyan's at an earlier time? and what did he use for footwear after the murder, when he went on foot to the police and then back to trevalyan's to discover the body? Maybe I am just not getting something, but that didn't make sense to me. Please enlighten!

  • Murder at Hazelmoor (British title: The Sittaford Mystery) opens on a wintry afternoon at the large mansion known as Sittaford House. The entertainment for the day is a seance which suggests that Captain Trevelyan, owner of the house, may be dead. The Captain has leased his home to a Mrs. Willett and her daughter Violet. These South African women had been so insistent on spending a typical British winter in the home that they convinced Trevelyan to move into a smaller home in nearby Exhampton. Major Burnaby, a friend of Trevelyan's, is present at the seance. Although he does not believe in spiritualism, he decides to check up on his friend and finds that Trevelyan has been murdered.
    From this intriguing beginning the story moves to Trevelyan's sister, two nephews, and niece, all of whom had motive and opportunity to commit the crime. Also, a convict has escaped from a nearby prison and is added to the list of suspects along with the mysterious Willetts.
    Christie weaves the murder beautifully into the novel's second plot which is the unexplained presence of the Willetts in Sittaford. This book, notable for its outstanding description of the stark and isolated setting, also introduces a gimmick that Christie will use again in her novella "Three Blind Mice."

  • I love Agatha Christie for her star sleuths, Miss Marple and Hercule Poirot. I love the format she usually uses - gathering up all the suspects and grilling them one by one until the murderer is finally revealed. This mystery is solved by a rather obnoxious and manipulative young woman, not somebody I'd want to "meet" again. It's OK, but I wouldn't re-read it like I have with all of her other books.

  • A murder in a tiny Dartmoor village in the dead of winter sets the stage for this classic Christie whodunit. Several had a motive, few had an opportunity. The most likely suspect is quickly imprisoned, but his fiance remains unsatisfied with the law's conclusions. Determined to clear James Pearson's name, Emily Trefusis sets off with intrepid newspaper reporter Charles Enderby to seek out the circumstances of Major Treveylan's murder. As with all of Christie's books, we get plenty of atmosphere as the plot unfolds in the Dartmoor countryside. Here we see the deepest depths of winter. This novel has all of the elements of a juicy, quick read. The plot and suspense build as we follow Emily on her quest for answers. This is classic Christie- a bit of brain-fluff, for sure, but engaging and well-written.

  • This was the third Christie book I've read. This has a nice setting for a murder-mystery, some interesting characters, etc. but I found some of the character involvement quite odd. The main detective is on the case, but she ends up having two other characters (working together) also trying to solve the case, and at one point in the middle of the book, the main detective is completely absent for a few chapters. This plot device was a little annoying to me, as it took the focus away from the main character. However, it was a good book, just not great.

  • Okay, but predictable.