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The ABC Murders

“The ABC Murders” is a classic detective novel written by Agatha Christie, first published in 1936. It is one of her most famous works and features her iconic detective character, Hercule Poirot.

The story begins with Poirot receiving a mysterious letter signed “A.B.C.” predicting a murder in the town of Andover. True to the letter’s prediction, a woman named Mrs. Ascher is found dead, followed by more murders in subsequent towns, each with a corresponding letter from “A.B.C.” The killer seems to be following an alphabetical pattern, targeting victims with surnames that start with the same letter as the town they are murdered in.

As Poirot and his friend Captain Hastings investigate the case, they encounter a variety of suspects and red herrings. With each new murder, the pressure mounts to stop the elusive killer before they strike again. Poirot’s trademark deductive skills and attention to detail are put to the test as he races against time to uncover the identity of the murderer and prevent further bloodshed.

“The ABC Murders” is praised for its intricate plotting, clever twists, and memorable characters. It is widely regarded as one of Christie’s finest works and remains a beloved classic of the mystery genre. The novel’s exploration of themes such as obsession, revenge, and the nature of evil continues to captivate readers nearly a century after its initial publication.