Mrs McGinty's Dead
Harper Collins. First Published 1952.
A Hercule Poirot mystery. A nice read, though I could guess the solution reasonably ahead. Maybe I have read this book before, but I could not recollect anything as I read the book now. So it's OK. The title is again a nursery rhyme, a favourite ploy of Christie. And again she uses the rhyme to approximately structure the book. On a scale of 1 (the Tommy and Tuppence books) to 10 (Murder on the Orient Express) this book would rate 7.0.