I really liked this book. It was the first one I read based on an Agatha Christie play. Osborne did a great job making it sound like one of Christie's books. The ending was unexpected (ha-ha!) and a book I've enjoyed reading again and again.
Adaptation by Charles Osborne of her play of the same title. Richard Warwick is dead. Who shot him in the head? His wife? Her lover? The distraught litigant? The gardner? His valet? The nurse? His mother? His loony half-brother? Suspicion shifts among them scene by scene. So does the motive for whacking him. See if you can outwit Auntie Agatha.