I was a little apprehensive to read The Mystery of Three Quarters. I had such high expectations. I'm delighted to say Ms Hannah delivered a genuine article. From the first chapter I was at home with Poirot and excited to read the rest of the book.
Poirot is brought into the aftermath of Barnabas Pandy's death which had been deemed natural causes. All the red herrings littered amongst the story brought joy. And then the gorgeous (and extensive) summing up. At a time where the punishment for murder was hanging, the tension of the gallows added to the plot.
Thank you Ms Hannah for bringing Hercule back to life. I look forward to reading more of Poirot's adventures.
Thank you so much the publisher and NetGalley for providing me with a complimentary electronic copy in return for an honest review.