Hercule Poirot is travelling by luxury passenger coach from London to the exclusive Kingfisher Hill estate. Richard Devonport has summoned him to prove that his fiancée, Helen, is innocent of the murder of his brother, Frank. There is one strange condition attached to this request: Poirot must conceal his true reason for being there from the rest of the Devonport family.
|Publisher||Lamplight Audio; 2020|
Lady Athelinda Playford has planned a party at her mansion, and among the guests are the famous detective, Hercule Poirot and Inspector Edward Catchpool. But when a crime is committed, in spite of Poirot’s best efforts to stop it, will he be able to find the culprit and solve the mystery?
Three years ago, something terrible happened to Naomi Jenkins - she told nobody. Now she has another secret - the man she has fallen in love with, unhappily married Robert Haworth. When he vanishes, Naomi knows he must have come to harm. But the police are less convinced, particularly when Robert's wife insists he's not missing...
It's 1.15 a.m. and Connie Bowskill should be asleep. Instead, she's logging on to a property website in search of a particular house. Soon Connie is clicking on the 'virtual tour' icon, keen to see the inside of 11 Bentley Grove and put her mind at rest once and for all. Instead she finds herself looking at a scene from a nightmare!
Alice leaves her two-week-old baby at home with her husband David. When she returns two hours later, she insists that the baby in the crib is not her child. Despite her apparent distress, David is adamant that she is wrong. How can Alice make the police believe her before it's too late? Contains strong language.
THE MONOGRAM MURDERS
Hercule Poirot's quiet supper in a London coffee house is interrupted when a young woman confides to him that she is about to be murdered. She is terrified, but begs Poirot not to find and punish her killer. Later, Poirot learns that three guests at a London hotel have been murdered. Could there be a connection with the frightened woman?
THE MYSTERY OF THREE QUARTERS
Hercule Poirot investigates a baffling mystery; why have four people all received a letter supposedly signed by him, which accuses each one of them of murdering Barnabas Pandy? Poirot has never heard of a Barnabas Pandy, and has accused nobody of murder. Who is Barnabas Pandy, is he dead, and, if so, was he murdered? And can Poirot find out the answers without putting more lives in danger?
THE ORPHAN CHOIR
Louise has long been driven mad by the music coming from her neighbour from hell next door. But a move to the county doesn't offer the solace Louise needs. Because the music seems to have followed her. Except this time it's choral music, sung by a choir of children that only she can see and hear ...
PICTURES OR IT DIDN'T HAPPEN
After Chloe and her daughter are rescued from disaster by a man, Chloe decides she must find him again to thank him. But instead she comes across Nadine Caspian, who warns her that the man is dangerous and a compulsive liar. Chloe knows that the sensible choice would be to walk away. But she is too curious. What could Nadine have meant? Quick Reads.
THE POINT OF RESCUE
Sally, married with a young family, hears the name of a man she spent the night with at a hotel on the TV news He is described as a widower whose wife has killed both herself and their daughter. But the man on the screen is not the Mark Bretherick she knows. Can Sally inform the police and keep her secret?
A ROOM SWEPT WHITE
TV producer Fliss Benson finds out she's going to be working on a documentary about miscarriages of justice involving cot-death mothers wrongly accused of murder. For reasons she has shared with nobody, this is the last project Fliss wants to be working on. And then one of the mothers is found dead at her home…