Hallowe'en Party - Hercule Poirot, Bk 36 Author:Agatha Christie A boastful little girl at a party announces that she witnessed a murder--a murder that the police of peaceful Woodleigh Common insist never took place. But when that same little girl is found drowned later that night there is every reason to believe her...Hercule Poirot, the canny Belgian detective doesn't take kindly to murder. His shrewd d... more »eductions lead him to a years-old web of shocking intrigue and wrongful death--just moments before the killer strikes again!« less
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The lovable mystery writer, Mrs. Ariadne Oliver, is visiting a friend in a London suburb called Woodleigh Common and helping host a party for the community's teenagers. There are costumes, pumpkins, games, and...oh, yes...a murder, of course. The young girl who earlier in the evening had bragged that she had once witnessed a murder is found dead in the tub used to bob for apples. Mrs. Oliver hurries to London to locate her friend Hercule Poirot and ask for his assistance. Poirot would not think of turning down his old friend and immediately sets about learning all he can regarding the residents of Woodleigh Common. An au pair girl who has mysteriously vanished and a landscape architect who loves his work are just two of the interesting characters Poirot will deal with before his little grey cells put the pieces of the puzzle together in time to prevent another murder.