|After the Funeral (1953) [Novel]|
by Agatha Christie
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(From the publisher):
Cora Lansquenet had always been tactless... and her well-bred family chose to ignore the remark she made after her brother Richard's funeral: "He was
murdered, wasn't he?"
They remembered it the next day, when Cora was found murdered with a hatchet... and several days later, when someone sent Cora's companion a sliver of wedding cake steeped in arsenic...
But by then the family solicitor had called in Hercule Poirot.
Original title: After the Funeral
Alternative titles: Funerals are Fatal
Genre: Fiction→ Crime and Mystery→ Detective Story and Detectives