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‘The Incident of the Dog’s Ball’, probably written in 1933, was reworked as the novel ‘Dumb Witness’ (1937) with a different murderer and motive. In it, Poirot receives a letter from an elderly lady, written two months before and asking for help. Now she is dead, and Poirot is convinced that her beloved terrier Bob holds the key to her death.
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By EvaGM on 06-19-18
Interesting early drafts, beautifully read
I enjoyed comparing these discarded early versions with the more polished stories Christie finally published, a lovely little treat for her fans. David Suchet is as brilliant as ever, perhaps his 'Russian' accent isn't the best I've ever heard but still.