Murder, political intrigue, theft, secret identities, and deception—this Agatha Christie mystery has it all!
In this fast-paced mystery from Agatha Christie—one of the masters of detective fiction—Prince Michael, heir to the throne of Herzoslovakia, is found murdered at the English countryside manor known as Chimneys. A plot full of political scheming, the theft of the famed Koh-i-Noor diamond, and layers of deception unfolds as Superintendent Battle from Scotland Yard investigates. Each clue weaves a new thread into a web of intrigue that mystery thriller fans will be hard-pressed to untangle!
About the Author
Agatha Christie (1890–1976) was a British mystery writer, whose famous characters included Miss Marple and Henry Poirot. She published 66 novels and 14 short story collections, many of which were adapted to the stage and screen. She is one of the best-known mystery writers of all time, and more than 2 billion copies of her works have been sold worldwide.