Agatha Christie 2.0
This is a diamond in the rough, noteworthy, in progress. For all the aficionados of mystery crime, this one is a sweet one which will keep you on edge. It sticks to the classical genre (Poirot) however, there are supernatural elements. The world is full of unexplained events and the author was right to add these to this short mystery novel. I lost myself in the manor, I could feel the old dust and the dimness escaping thick curtains. Full of classical references, it's a little easter hunt which I enjoyed participating in. For the writer, I would stress on the grammar and punctuation. There is a signature style which I encourage to polish because it's a flowing one. Also, for the dialogue parts, I would avoid the "play" style and stick to the " said Arthur instead of Arthur - "do you see what I mean". I understand english is not the author's first language yet, the words used are sophisticated enough for any adult to enjoy the reading process. Well done!
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