Published: January 30, 2018 (First published October 1920)
“It is always wise to suspect everybody until you can prove logically, and to your own satisfaction, that they are innocent.”
Emily Inglethorp has been poisoned. And it seems everyone at Styles Court, from the hired help to family members, had a motive—and the means. But with Detective Hercule Poirot out of retirement and on the case, no one’s getting away with murder.