Monday, 14 September 2015

The Mysterious Mr. Quin [review]


by Agatha Christie

A problem is not necessarily unsolvable because it has remained unsolved.
Mr Quin

I didn't think I would have, but I liked this book a lot. It's strange, it's sad, it's mysterious, just like its detective. Although I didn't like all the stories the same, and the coincidences orchestrated by Mr. Quin are sometimes a bit too much, it was a very very pleasant reading: as always exciting, interesting and funny.

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