Death in the Clouds - Agatha Christie Reviews
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A woman is killed by a poisoned dart in the enclosed confines of ...
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by - written on 07/03/09, updated on 13/03/09 (Very useful, 100 readings)
As the air liner Prometheus embarks on its flight from France to Croydon the majority of the passengers and crew presume that the journey will pass without incident. Yet, in one of the compartments someone out of thirteen people is aware that matters will be rather different. A short while after the flight commences a woman by the name of Marie Morisot is found dead in her seat. Suggestions are first given to the possibility of an allergic reaction to a wasp sting, since that creature was flying round the plane at the time. Yet the discovery of first a dart and then, later, a blowpipe, points to a different interpretation of events and it soon becomes evident that the ... Read the complete review
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