Agatha Christie: Why Didn’t They Ask Evans?


Listening Progress Updates
20 of 450 Minutes:

“But what could you expect?  Nobody over fifty understood anything at all.  They had the most extraordinary ideas.

‘I expect it was the War,’ thought Bobby loyally.  ‘It upset them and they never got straight again.’

He felt ashamed of his father and sorry for him.”

Oh, Agatha.  If only you had been able to look into the future — or travel backwards (and forwards again) in time …

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100%:

Well, turns out I didn’t so much join MR and BT for their final Christie buddy read but trail behind, but either way, it was fun revisiting this.  So thanks for the inspiration … and may there be many more Agathyte repeat visits in our future!

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