Mrs. McGinty's Dead

Mrs. McGinty's Dead

Book - 1980
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When a man is sentenced to death for the brutal murder of his landlord, Superintendent Spence, convinced of the man's innocence, seeks the help of former-police officer Hercule Poirot in solving the mystery.
Publisher: New York : HarperPaperbacks, c1980..
ISBN: 9780061003752
0061003751
Branch Call Number: CHR
Characteristics: 247 p. ; 18 cm.

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Jan 30, 2011

Mrs. McGinty, a charwoman in English village, is murdered with blunt istrument and her lodger is tried and convicted. Constable had to prevent evidence, but doesnt believe lodger did it, and he enlists H. Poirot to investigate. H Poirot finds a newspaper with clipping missing in charwoman's house. At library, he finds it was an article about 4 women associated with crimes, who have more or less disappeared. He follows this trail.

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