Towards Zero

Towards Zero

Book - 2012
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Lady Camilla Tressilian lives with her companion and secretary, Mary Aldin, at Gull's Point. As the late summer approaches, Lady Tressilian is hosting a series of guests. Tennis player Nevile Strange has brought his beautiful young wife Kay to Gull's Point to meet the woman who helped raised him. As it happens, Audrey, his ex-wife, arrives for her annual visit. No one can quite understand why either party would agree to this rather awkward reunion, and the other houseguests can only observe as things grow steadily more uncomfortable between Nevile and his two wives. When Lady Tressilian is found bludgeoned to death in her bed, Superintendent Battle begins his murder investigation using his strategy of faking stupidity in order to let the suspects think that they're outwitting him. So what do the guests at Gull's Point have in common?
Publisher: Thorndike, Maine : Center Point Publishing, 2012
ISBN: 9781611734584
Branch Call Number: FICTION CHRISTIE
Characteristics: 292 p. (large print) ; 22 cm


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Apr 06, 2017

Excellent! I think this is definitely one of her best!

Jul 16, 2015

Good plot - I like Superintendent Battle.

Nov 14, 2014

Excellent book one of Agatha Christie's best books couldnt put the book down

FW_librarian Nov 05, 2014

Good Christie mystery with a bit of complexity to the plot and the unassuming Inspector Battle always knows more than everyone thinks. Fun read.

Jun 27, 2012

An excellent example of the well-constructed plot that emphasizes the who-dun-it. There is an interesting psychological twist at the end. Doesn't have Marple or Poirot but I don't think you'll miss them. (There is a typical cheesy romance, sigh.)

hermlou Nov 27, 2009

Neither Poirot nor Marple is in this book, but it has the usual complex plot that Christie is known for.


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