Hickory Dickory Death Author:Agatha Christie Celia Austin confessed to theft. She was one of the strangely assorted group of students living in Mrs. Nicoletis' boardinghouse. The things she had stolen weren't important. In fact she had no need to steal. And she had promised to make good. — Then why did she commit suicide? — "If," Hercule Poirot mused, "it was suicide." — As he applied his shr... more »ewd brain to the disorderly set of facts and events surrounding both the thefts and the death of Celia Austin, Hercule Poirot knew the suicide had been murder and he began to see the outline of a vast criminal scheme.
But before he could act there was a second murder. And before he could prove his theory there was a third.« less