Murder in the Calais Coach Author:Agatha Christie A murder with too many clues — Mr. Ratchett was found dead in his berth with a dozen stab wounds in his body. On the floor of his compartment were a lady's handkerchief and a man's pipe cleaner. — Some of the stab wounds seemed to have been inflicted by a left-handed person -- others by a person who was right-handed. Most amazing of all, some we... more »re made (or so it seemed) after Ratchett was already dead!
Poirot knew that the killer must be another passenger. But not one of them had a motive. And the victim's compartment was still locked from the inside.
Who was the killer? How did he do it? And who really was the victim?