Edited by: Bill Peschel
Book Type: Trade Paperback
Responding to a hunted man’s desperate plea, Hercule Poirot and his friend Captain Hastings travel to the coast of France, only to find him murdered outside his home, the Villa Marguerite. Joining the investigation despite the opposition of a rival detective, he uncovers evidence that leads to the arrest of an innocent man. Poirot must prevent a deadly miscarriage of justice, but how can he succeed when even his close friend is working against him? The Belgian detective must tax his celebrated “little grey cells” to the utmost to uncover what happened that deadly night on the grounds of the Villa Marguerite.
The Complete, Annotated Murder on the Links contains hundreds of explanatory footnotes by Christie expert Bill Peschel, as well as 12 essays digging into the background of the story, Christie’s life, her tumultuous relationship with her publisher, and, for the first time, the double murder that inspired her.