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by Agatha Christie

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Una breve storia con protagonista Poirot e diverse pietanze di un ristorante.

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A Poirot short story about food. ( )
  Saretta.L | Mar 31, 2013 |
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Hercule Poirot was dining with his friend, Henry Bonnington, at the Gallant Endeavor in the King's Road, Chelsea.
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A fortune depends on the timing of the death of a pair of twins, one of whom was a regular at a restaurant the Poirot frequents with his friend Mr. Bonnington.

In: Agatha Christie, Masterpieces in Miniature, pp. 474-488.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0007103433, Hardcover)

An overheard quarrel that led to murder ... the strange case of the dead man who altered his eating habits ... and the puzzle of the victim who dreamt his own death. These are just some of the mysteries that appear in this collection.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:16:58 -0400)

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Hercule Poirot is about to tuck into a very traditional English supper with his old friend Bonnington when a lone diner sparks his interest. Like clockwork, the man has eaten at the restaurant on Thursdays and Tuesdays for the last ten years, but no one on the staff knows his name. When "Old Father Time," as they have fondly nicknamed him, suddenly stops coming, Poirot believes that he might have picked up the one essential clue that could shed light on this mysterious man. Could what Old Father Time ordered as his final meal provide the key?… (more)

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