The Murder on the Links

by Agatha Christie

Published Aug 06, 2020 by Services LLC

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Paul Renauld, a wealthy merchant who made his fortune in South America, appeals to Hercule Poirot in a letter in which he begs him to meet him at his home in Merlinville, France ("halfway between Boulogne and Calais"), explaining that he is in great danger of death. Poirot and Hastings therefore leave London to go to Renauld's home, but by the time they arrive, it is already too late: Renauld was discovered dead by the police that very morning on a golf course adjoining the deceased's property. Poirot then proposes to the commissioner and the public prosecutor present at the scene of the crime to help them in their investigation; it is then that a certain Giraud of the Sûreté de Paris arrives and disrupts the investigation using "modern methods", reaping by his antipathy the hostility of the local authorities, and especially that of Poirot?

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