Poirot's Early Cases

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With his career still in its formative years, we learn many things about how Poirot came to exercise those famous 'grey cells' so well. Fourteen of the eighteen stories collected herein are narrated by Captain Arthur Hastings—including what would appear to be the earliest Poirot short story, 'The Affair at the Victory Ball,' which follows soon on the events of The Mysterious Affair at Styles.Two of the stories are narrated by Poirot himself, to Hastings. One, 'The Chocolate Box,'

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Publisher:HarperCollins
ISBN:9780061749599
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Words: 87,542
Unique Words: 5,794
Avg Sentence (words): 12.92
Avg Word (chars): 4.12
Chapters: 24
Paragraphs: 3,647
People: 449
Places: 121
Things: 148
Adult Reading Time:5:50
Sentiment: -0.00
Intensity: 0.09
Profanity:
SAT Words:
Reading Level:5.7
Complexity Index: 89

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