Poirot – The Complete Collection (Lord Edgeware Dies / The Murder of Roger Ackroyd / Evil Under the Sun / Murder in Mesopotamia)


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Sacre bleu! What could possibly be more engaging and entertaining than a mystery featuring the inimitable Monsieur Hercule Poirot? Why, Four of them, of course. Join the sardonic and soigné Belgian supersleuth—played by his alter ego, David Suchet—as he ferrets out the miscreants in The Murder of Roger Ackroyd, Lord Edgware Dies, Murder in Mesopotamia, and Evil Under the Sun. 6-3/4 hours. Web Extra: Agatha Christie became famous in 1926 with the publication of "The Murder of Roger Ackroyd." Christie and her second husband, archaeologist Max Mallowan, made many expeditions to the Middle East, excavating sites at Ur, Nineveh, and Nimrud. Those adventures have served as the inspiration for some of her best-loved books. In 1928, Christie made her first visit to the Middle East and the excavation site of Ur. By 1936 when she wrote "Murder in Mesopotamia"—which is set on an excavation—she was well versed in archaeology.