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Agatha Christie The Man in the Brown Suit

 

Nadina is killed and Anna is looking for adventure. She finds a note that accidentally fell out of the pocket of the man in the brown suit while he was examining another body. She finds herself in an adventure that leads her to find the man of her life, who we see saves her life a couple of times. We also get to ask ourselves a few questions, why is this book called the man in the brown suit? Is it because the suit means he was a professional man who knew what he was doing, and why did she pick a brown suit instead of black?

         
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Agatha Christie The Man in the Brown Suit
     
Date Published :
August 1924
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The Times Literary Supplement reviewed the novel in its issue of September 25, 1924. The review appreciated the "thriller-cum-adventure" style of the book and concluded "The author sets so many questions to the reader in her story, questions which will almost certainly be answered wrongly, that no one is likely to nod over it, and even the most experienced reader of romances will fail to steer an unerring course and reach the harbour of solution through the quicksands and shoals of blood, diamonds, secret service, impersonation, kidnapping, and violence with which the mystery is guarded."

     
     
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