Der blaue Expreß

Der blaue Expre A mysterious woman a legendary cursed jewel and a night train to the Mediterranean ingredients for the perfect romance or the perfect crime When the train stops the jewel is missing and the woman

  • Title: Der blaue Expreß
  • Author: Agatha Christie
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 465
  • Format: Hardcover
  • A mysterious woman, a legendary cursed jewel, and a night train to the Mediterranean ingredients for the perfect romance or the perfect crime When the train stops, the jewel is missing, and the woman is found dead in her compartment It s the perfect mystery, filled with passion, greed, deceit And Hercule Poirot is the perfect detective to solve it

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    1. 3.5"Life is like a train []. Trust the train, Mademoiselle," murmured Poirot again. "And trust Hercule Poirot. He knows."I don't know if you've noticed, but I'm kind of in a Christie mood right now. So sue me.Before I begin, there's one thing I want to be clear about: I've read more than 20 of Christie's books, and I enjoyed unreservedly every single one of them. I may have complaints about the solution of the mystery or about some other nothing, but every single time, I enjoy them. This time is [...]

    2. In many ways this is a typical Hercule Poirot type of mystery: a wealthy man's daughter is murdered on a train for a set of fabulous rubies, and only a limited number of people could have gotten on or off the train at the right times to make them suspects or so one might think, but who ever knows for sure with Agatha Christie?This book was, for me, a cut above the typical Poirot mystery, and I think it's mostly because I liked the main character so much. Katherine Grey has "beautiful gray eyes, [...]

    3. This book reminds me that Dennis Diderot said something along the lines of "Men will never be free until the last king is strangled with the entrails of the last priest." By the time I reached about the 100th page I doubted I could wait until the entrails of the last priest were available, dried and suitably braided for that excellent task, nor was I particularly fussed whether certain people were technically kings or not, fortunately for my blood pressure I avoided Downton Abbey when it was on, [...]

    4. The Mystery of the Blue Train (Hercule Poirot #6), Agatha Christie (1891 – 1976)تاریخ نخستین خوانش: نهم ماه اکتبر سال 1994 میلادیعنوان: رمز قطار آبی؛ نویسنده: آگاتا کریستی؛ مترجم: بهرام افراسیابی؛ مشخصات نشر: تهران، راد، 1372، در 335 ص؛ موضوع: داستانهای کارآگاهی از نویسندگان انگلیسی قرن 20 معنوان: رمز در قطار آبی؛ نو [...]

    5. “You tell your lies and you think nobody knows. But there are two people who know. Yes- two people. One is le bon Dieu - and the other is Hercule Poirot.” Poirot graced so many Agatha Christie novels that there's bound to be misses as well as hits. This one is in the middle - a good book but not one of the best with him in it. I liked it but didn't love it. I'd recommend starting with others starring the detective first.Christie whips out intriguing characters that have a richer background o [...]

    6. 2.5/5 stars (not rounding up) I must be getting very picky, as this is the very first book by Agatha Christie that I did not enjoy. Usually, I just generally like them - they are all nice and cozy little mysteries, but apparently not this one. It started out well enough, but then the writing became choppy and confusing. Pages were filled with useless blabbering and unnecessary conversations. There was very little actual detective work in it. And in the end many, many questions were left unanswer [...]

    7. لغز القطار الأزرق كالكثيرين، لأجاثا كريستي في مخيلتي مذاق المراهقة، عندما كنت أقرؤها في عصريات صيف بعيد، محاولاً بدأب معرفة القاتل، قبل أن يتوصل إليه هرقل بوارو، وهو مالم أفلح به أبداً، لأن أجاثا لم تكن عادلة، كانت تبقي أهم الخيوط بين يديها، لهذا لم تكن أجاثا كريستي مفضلة ل [...]

    8. Update 23 JanI am sorry to say this about an Agatha Christie book, but it was MEH-MEH-MEH. Badly structured, trying to be too many things at the same time, like Agatha Christie couldn't quite make up her mind what it was she was writing. There were too many characters and uninteresting, bland ones at that. Not the finest hour of detective fiction altogether. No wonder I did not remember much about it. Update 19 JanI read this a long time ago and it did not make a big impression, because I couldn [...]

    9. “Those who have listened do not find it easy to talk; they keep their sorrows and joys to themselves and tell no one.”I will try to make this a fast non-spoilery reviewSo, Agatha's book are my guilty pleasure reads and this was my 5th book and it was good, I started reading her best and most famous books so I try to go to those less famous works without high expectations.I like Hercules Poirot, he is the most peculiar and impertinent detective ever, and I like how the character is so unique [...]

    10. Arg! How did I miss all the clues? Guess I didn’t use my “little gray cells.”This book introduced St. Mary Mead which is where Agatha Christie has based another series featuring a sweet little old lady who solves crimes while drinking tea and knitting.Excellent who- dunnit! 😊

    11. I think I recall reading that Dame Agatha was in a hurry to complete this novel, that she needed the money to support herself and her daughter, and that she did not consider it one of her better efforts. Nonetheless, I was anxious to read it; it is definitely a lesser-known work of hers and I love having a new Christie to read. Besides, I wondered if she were not being rather too hard on herself--and I was correct. This is a perfectly respectable addition to her canon, with Poirot in fine form a [...]

    12. التقييم الحقيقي :٣.٥رواية خفيفة، لا توجد فيها الكثير من التفاصيل، وسبب التقييم المتدني هو انني تمكنت من معرفة المجرم. ولكن كيف تمت الجريمة وشخصية المجرم(ماضيه) اثارت دهشتي

    13. What can I say? Any train mystery by Christie is a joy to read. I can't say it's one of her best books, but still much better than most of the crime fiction.

    14. The Mystery of the Blue Train is about the death of Ruth Kettering. Not only did she die from a heavy blow to the head, but her face was beyond recognition. Oh, and her rubies were stolen. But wha the actual fuck happened on this train to this poor women? Well her father sure wanted to figure that out so he hired the best god damn detective ever - Poirot. And who is our prime suspect? Ruth's husband of course. But did he do it?At first I had no idea who killed poor Ruth but I wanted some god dam [...]

    15. “You tell your lies and you think nobody knows. But there are two people who know. Yes- two people. One is le bon Dieu - and the other is Hercule Poirot.”The Mystery of the Blue Train is not one of Christie’s best, but as the sixth Hercules Poirot (of 39!) it is a strong effort. Having also just read Agatha: The Real Story of Agatha Christie, the graphic biography that insists she was the Very Model of a Modern Woman, and a feminist, I felt supported in my view that the disparaging comment [...]

    16. Agatha Christie is considered "the Queen of Crime" as she wrote many masterpieces. This book is not one of my favourites, but the plot is well built and Hercule Poirot is a fictional and logical Belgian detective that focuses on getting people to talk and of course in the end he solves the case and discovers the crime! I will soon read again other novels of Agatha Christie where there besides Hercule Poirot there is also Miss Marple, an old lady who has spent her life in the small village of St [...]

    17. Reference NotesSeries: Hercule Poirot #7 (1928)Narrator: (3rd person)Victim: Mrs. Ruth KetteringCOD: StrangulationSuspects:Hon. Derek Kettering (victim's husband)Comte Armand de la Roche (victim's lover)Mlle. Mirelle (Derek's lover)Ms. Ada Mason (victim's maid)Maj. Richard Knighton (victim's father's secretary)Fun Fact: Ms. Katherine Grey, a key witness to some events regarding the murder, is originally from St. Mary Mead, Kent. While I was reading this book, I kept wondering if she was friends [...]

    18. I continue to be amazed at Christie's ability to give such a specific voice and personality to each new cast of her novels. And Poirot was brilliant as usual.

    19. ما بين الأربع نجمات والخمس :)كانت اختيارًا موفقًا، ذكرت سبب اختياري لها في أحد التحديثات وهو تخوف هايبرا في الحلقة 701 من كونان من حدوث جريمة في القطار كما في رواية أجاثا كريستي، لم أعرف أهي جريمة في القطار الأزرق أم في قطار الشرق السريع، المهم أنها في القطار xDلطالما أردت قراءة [...]

    20. By Jove, if it isn't Monsieur Poirot. I've been reading all the Marple novels recently for the first time. I had forgotten about Poirot stories. This book threatens to be the best of the lot. I knew I had forgotten mostly about it, except the basic premise. This book has a fragile beauty and a grim charm to it. The fact that Poirot's shenanigans are kept to a minimum helps. It didn't feel like a re read at all. Therefore I do not cheat and I did honestly succeed in guessing the murderer's identi [...]

    21. "Everyone looked respectfully at Poirot. Undoubtedly the little man had scored heavily. The Commissary laughed - on a rather hollow note.'You teach us all our business,' he cried. 'M. Poirot knows more than the police.'Poirot gazed complacently at the ceiling, adopting a mock-modest air. 'What will you; it is my little hobby,' he murmured, 'to know things. Naturally I have time to indulge it. I am not overburdened with affairs.'"It's been almost ten years since I last read an Agatha Christie, an [...]

    22. As I might have already mentioned I have only recently been reading some of Agatha Christie’s early books. I read this 1928 mystery purely for atmosphere and to find out more about the Blue Train and the French Riviera. I think some of Christie’s skill is really just suggesting details and we, as the readers, do the rest. Here is how the novel opens. “It was close on midnight when a man crossed the Place de la Concorde. In spite of the handsome fur coat which garbed his meagre form, there [...]

    23. Sono senza parole. È un libro meraviglioso, coinvolgente e molto intrigante. Poirot è veramente infallibile, vorrei un po' del suo intuito che lo porta ad essere così geniale. Sono contenta perché per la prima volta ho individuato anche se un po' in ritardo😅il colpevole. Non vedo l'ora di leggere altri libri di Agatha Christie anche perché questo è il secondo che ho letto dei suoi e voglio immergermi ancora in quei favolosi libri!!💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙💙

    24. Published: first published 1928Author: Agatha ChristieRecommended for: fans of murder mysteries.This is one of the lesser known novels by Agatha Christie that she wrote in a slight rush as she needed the money to support herself and her daughter, although she herself didn't think that this way anywhere near her best work I was eager to read it as I am with all Agatha Christie novels. I think that she was being abit hard on herself, it wasnt her best but it certainly wasn't a rubbish book to read [...]

    25. This was a good one! Wouldn't say as good as Roger Ackroyd, though. The start was real dull, what with the multitude of characters mysteriously going back and forth. The story catches on its usual mysterious intonation when the characters coincide aboard the blue train. Suspense is not very paramount, as you expect from a regular Christie book. Also, the gravity of the situation doesn't very much strike the reader here. The 3rd person narrative also was a change in this book, though I wouldn't s [...]

    26. audio.Ruth Kettering did not marry for love. She had money, which her impoverished husband needed, and he had a stately home to be inherited. However, her husband has not been discreet with his dalliances, and Ruths millionaire father strongly advises her to divorce him.But is Ruth quite as innocent as she seems? She has some rather murky shadows in her past which threaten to surface when she is found murdered in her luxury compartment on The Blue Train en-route to meet her former lover.And who [...]

    27. This is allegedly the story that the author herself liked least. First printed, I believe, in 1928 it is a train mystery, (a technique Christie played with several times), a Poirot case (in which he is already calling himself and old man, though he continues to do so for a few decades) and finally, the first story in which the fictional St Mary Mead appears as a location in England, though Miss Marple has yet to appear.Nearly 100 years old now, this is like reading historic fiction; the class de [...]

    28. I am going to buddy read this with my book tube friend Cheryl from crflames fan. :-)3.5* from meThis was an OK plot. Have read better Poirot but nether the less enjoyable. Detective Cheryl my buddy guessed who had commited the murder. I was upset that my beloved Poirot is far more arrogant and aggressive in the books than the TV series:-(

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