John Moffatt stars as the Belgian detective Hercule Poirot.
"The ABC Murders": A chilling letter sets the sleuth on the trail of an enigmatic killer.
"After the Funeral": A wealthy businessman is dead, and his sister thinks it was murder.
"Death on the Nile": Poirot is in Egypt when a chilling murder takes place.
"Peril at End House": Whilst on holiday, the sleuth encounters a young woman, a hat, and a bullet.
"The Murder of Roger Ackroyd": Mrs Farrars is found dead, one year after the death of her husband.
"Murder on the Orient Express": Poirot is aboard a snowbound train when a passenger is found murdered.
"Three Act Tragedy": Poirot is one of the guests at a party when a clergyman dies whilst sipping a cocktail.
"The Mysterious Affair at Styles": Poirot and Captain Hastings become re-acquainted in a quiet English village in 1916.
These BBC Radio 4 full-cast dramatisations showcase eight of the finest cases in Hercule Poirot's career. Based on the original novels by Agatha Christie, they feature a cast of outstanding actors playing an array of likely suspects…
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John Moffat as Poirot is always wonderful.
Of course. I have a large selection of them already- this purchase was to upgrade some cassette recordings to digital. I shall do more and I will continue to purchase programs I don't already own.
MIchael Bakewell does a great job adapting Christie's work and the performances are always first rate. I love the books but this allows me to revisit them without committing a huge amount of time. They're great for road trips as well.
I have enjoyed many of Moffat's performances before. In my opinion he and David Suchet are the best Poirot's ever- and I would have a hard time choosing a favorite between the two. Moffat is wonderful for this medium but he wouldn't work visually. His performance is spot on.
A volume two would be nice, but I probably have many of them already. I'd probably still buy it.
If you're an Agatha Christie fan the BBC dramas are a great way to get to know her stories, if you're not going to sit down and read the books themselves that is. They have the tone and flavor of her books and are beautifully adapted- even the shorter ones. The Murder Of Roger Ackroyd is a favorite book and radio drama, wonderfully adapted with great performances.
This purchase would cost nearly $70 if bought separately. The price here is great. Go for it! Buy it now!
- DARBY KERN
No, because these stories are abridged.
Agatha Christie's books are always a pleasure, including the selections on this audiobook.
I have listened to a number and they are all very good.
I suggest reading the books first. Because these are abridged, if you are not familiar with the full book there is a sense of gaps in the plots. It is most noticeable in the ABC Murders, After the Funeral, and The Mysterious Affair at Styles.