Read Os crimes ABC PDF. Os crimes ABC PDF Agatha Christie - Os crimes ABC. Os crimes ABC. Agatha Christie · Mystery, Crime & Thrillers · Google Play. The A.B.C. Murders is a work of detective fiction by British writer Agatha Christie, featuring her characters Hercule Poirot, Arthur Hastings and Chief Inspector Japp , as they contend with a series of killings by a mysterious murderer known only as "A.B.C.". The book was first published in the UK by the Collins Crime Club on 6 .. Create a book · Download as PDF · Printable version. The A. B. C. Murders (Os Crimes ABC, no Brasil e em Portugalcarece de fontes?] ) é um .. Criar um livro · Descarregar como PDF · Versão para impressão.

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Murders, rightly chosen by the [crime] club as its book of the month, she has quite altered her method of attack upon the reader, and yet the truth behind this fantastic series of killings is as fairly elusive as any previous truth which Poirot has had to capture for us.

The reader adopts two quite different mental attitudes as he reads. At first, and for a great many pages, he is asking himself: "Is Agatha Christie going to let me down? Does she think she can give us this kind of tale as a detective story and get away with it? In the last chapter he finds, because brilliant circus work with a troop of red horses and one dark herring has diverted his attention from a calm consideration of motive, he has not been wronging, but merely wrong.

It is noticeable, by the way, that characters break off at intervals to tell us that we have to do with "a homicidal murderer". We are ready to take this for granted until Mrs Christie I wouldn't put it past her gives us one who isn't. Skilful and happy is that author who can weave into a unity this triple thread.

In Mrs Agatha Christie's new book But the wise reader, remembering other tales of Mrs Christie's, will murmur to himself 'I trust her not; odds on she is fooling me,' and so will continue to a climax it is not 'odds on' but a dead cert he will not have guessed. To an easy and attractive style and an adequate if not very profound sense of character Mrs Christie adds an extreme and astonishing ingenuity, nor does it very greatly matter that it is quite impossible to accept the groundwork of her tale or to suppose that any stalking-horse would behave so invariably so exactly as required.

As at Bexhill, a hitch would always occur. In the smooth and apparently effortless perfection with which she achieves her ends Mrs.

That's just in case some imitative soul uses this book as a text book for some nice little series of murders. In fact the solution reasserts the classic pattern of a closed circle of suspects, with a logical, well-motivated murder plan. The English detective story cannot embrace the irrational, it seems. In the same chapter, Poirot mentions his failed attempt at retirement to grow vegetable marrows as depicted in The Murder of Roger Ackroyd.

In Chapter 3, an exchange between Japp and Poirot shows that, in , Christie was already thinking about Poirot's death as later narrated in Curtain : "I shouldn't wonder if you ended by detecting your own death," said Japp, laughing heartily. Ought to be put in a book. That would be a joke, that would," laughed Japp. Still in Chapter 3, Poirot lays out the plot of what he considers a perfect crime, a crime so challenging that "even he" would find it hard to solve.

This exact murder — where someone is murdered by one of four people playing bridge in the same room with him — is the subject of Christie's Cards on the Table , which was published later in the same year. In Chapter 19, Poirot reflects over his first case in England, where he "brought together two people who loved one another by the simple method of having one of them arrested for murder.

References in other works[ edit ] The plot of The A. The anime film Case Closed: The Fourteenth Target is a combination of this story, with a murderer killing based on numbers in names as a ruse to confuse detectives, while also incorporating Christie's And Then There Were None.

Sanyal admitted the inspiration from Christie's novel in the introduction to the book. Here the character P. Basu , Bar-at-law , has the role of main protagonist, similar to Poirot.

The story of the Malayalam film Grandmaster draws inspirations from The A. The characterisation of Chandrasekhar in the movie as played by the Indian movie veteran Mohanlal is also inspired from Hercule Poirot, the protagonist of the novel.

Cust flees his apartment, but collapses upon arriving at the Andover police station, where he is taken into custody. Apart from claiming that a stocking firm hired him, he lacks any memory of committing the murders, but believes he must be guilty of them; he had been at the cinema when the last murder occurred, and found blood on his sleeve and a knife in his pocket after he had left.

The police learn that the firm in question never hired Cust. Their search of his room turns up an unopened box of ABC railway guides, and the typewriter and fine paper used in A. Poirot doubts Cust's guilt because of his memory blackouts, and especially because he had a solid alibi for the Bexhill murder. His motive was simple — Lady Clarke is slowly dying from cancer, and upon her death, Carmichael would probably marry his assistant.

Franklin feared a possible second marriage, as he wants all of his brother's wealth, so he chose to murder his brother while Lady Clarke was still alive. A chance encounter with Cust at a pub gave Franklin the idea for the murder plot — he would disguise his crime as being part of a serial killing. Having created the letters Poirot would receive, Franklin set up Cust with his job, giving him the typewriter and other items Franklin would use to frame him for the murders.

A suggestion by Hastings makes clear that the third letter was misaddressed intentionally, because Franklin wanted no chance of the police interrupting that murder. Franklin then followed Cust to the cinema, committed the last murder, and planted the knife on him as he left. Franklin laughs off Poirot's theory, but panics when he is told that his fingerprint has been found on Cust's typewriter key, and that Milly Higley, a co-worker of Betty Barnard, had seen him in her company.

Franklin attempts to commit suicide with his own gun, only to find that Poirot has emptied it with the help of a pickpocket.

With the case solved, Poirot pairs off Donald with Megan. Later, Cust tells Poirot that the press have made him an offer for his story; Poirot suggests that he demand a higher price for it, and that his headaches may have arisen from his spectacles. Once alone, Poirot tells Hastings that the claim of the fingerprint on the typewriter was a bluff, but is pleased that the pair "went hunting once more". Characters[ edit ] Hercule Poirot — Renowned Belgian detective, involved in investigating the serial killings by A.

Captain Arthur Hastings — Poirot's old friend and companion on the case. He is also the narrator of the novel. Inspector Crome — Part of Japp's police team investigating the murders. Initially in charge of the Bexhill murder, and maintains a low opinion of Poirot. Dr Thompson — Forensic psychologist, assigned to Japp's police team. Focuses on making a profile of the killer. His pattern of murders is done in alphabetical order, with his calling card being an ABC railway guide left at each crime scene.

Alice Ascher — A. An elderly woman with no children, and the owner of a tobacco shop in Andover. Betty Barnard — A. A young, flirtatious part-time waitress in Bexhill. Sir Carmichael Clarke — A.

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