A Hercule Poirot Mystery. To Stephen Glanville. I remember my mother and my father, of course, and I remember leaving home suddenly-being taken to the country. I remember the pigs and a nice fat farmer’s wife-and everybody being very kind-and I remember, quite clearly, the funny way they used to look at me-everybody-a sort of furtive look. I knew, of course, children do, that there was something wrong-but I didn’t know what
It is sixteen years later, but Hercule Poirot just can’t get that nursery rhyme out of his mind.
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Hugh Fraser is Captain Hastings in BBC Television's productions of the Hercule Poirot stories. As it turns out, he can also read a Hercule Poirot story very well indeed. For BBC fans, his Poirot sounds remarkably like David Suchet's version of the role-short, round, precise, and Belgian. He also gives oral definition to the other widely varying characters- everyone from a ride-to-the-hounds country fellow to an impoverished, very particular retired nanny. Her now grown daughter believes that her mother may have been innocent. But was she? Poirot, ably supported by Hugh Fraser, will find out. .
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Five Little Pigs is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie and first published in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company in May 1942 under the title of Murder in Retrospect and in UK by the Collins Crime Club in January 1943 although some sources state that publication occurred in November 1942.
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Five Little Pigs is a work of detective fiction by British writer Agatha Christie, first published in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company in May 1942 under the title of Murder in Retrospect and in UK by the Collins Crime Club in January 1943 although some sources state that publication occurred in November 1942.