Lovely quick read. Mildly entertaining, page turner and easy read. Yes, Agatha Christie has some time biases (and she is certainly not a feminist), but her books are fun and quick and work to fill 24 hours. This particular novel was a bit repetitive (did Poirot really need to go through all his thoughts and remind the reader of the clues so many times?) and he seemed a bit more dim-witted than usual (I figured out that Louise was the same Louise very quickly). The ending was a bit too Scooby-doo (literally the wig was pulled off and she was the villian). Basically, though, you get what you'd expect.