My Rating: 4 Stars
Another brilliant story by the Queen of Crime.
As always, the beginning is mysterious, putting together the spoiled upper-class, the honest young lady who inherits a great fortune and intends to use it to travel and see the world and a murder. Katherine Grey, the middle-aged beauty, becomes the amateur investigator occasionally aiding Poirot in his pursuit of the truth. She's a charismatic character that brings a female touch to the world of Poirot, proving to be a woman of good sense and at the same time naive of the entitlements that come with great wealth.
Not one of her strongest and most complex works, but still a classic of the crime genre.
I recommend it.
Hope you find an idea for your next reading here.