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The Mystery of the Blue Train Hercule Poirot 6 , Agatha Christie 1891 1976 The Mystery of the Blue Train is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie, first published in the United Kingdom by William Collins Sons on 29 March 1928, and in the United States by Dodd, Mead and Company later in the same year The book features her detective Hercule Poirot Poirot boards Le Train Bleu a luxury French night express train which operated from 1886 to 2003 , bound for the French Riviera So does Katherine Grey, who is having her first winter out of England, after recently receiving a relatively large inheritance On board the train Grey meets Ruth Kettering, an American heiress leaving her unhappy marriage to meet her lover The next morning, though, Ruth is found dead in her compartment, a victim of strangulation The famous ruby, Heart of Fire , which had recently been given to Ruth by her father, is discovered to be missing Ruth s father, the American millionaire Rufus Van Aldin, and his secretary, Major Knighton, persuade Poirot to take on the case Ruth s maid, Ada Mason, says she saw a man in Ruth s compartment but could not see who he was The police suspect that Ruth s lover, killed her and stole the ruby, but Poirot does not think he is guilty He is suspicious of Ruth s husband, Derek Kettering, who was on the same train but claims not to have seen Ruth Katherine says she saw Derek enter Ruth s compartment Further suspicion is thrown on Derek when a cigarette case with the letter K is found there Poirot investigates and finds out that the murder and the jewel theft might not be connected, as the famous jewel thief The Marquis is connected to the crime Eventually, the dancer Mirelle, who was on the train with Derek, tells Poirot she saw Derek leave Ruth s compartment around the time the murder would have taken place Derek is then arrested Everyone is convinced the case is solved, but Poirot is not sure He doesinvestigating and learnsinformation, talking to his friends and to Katherine, eventually coming to the truth He asks Van Aldin and Knighton to come with him on the Blue Train to recreate the murder and 1994 1372 335 20 1389 335 9789649915166 1388 324 9789643635725. The Mystery of the Blue Train Hercule Poirot 6 , Agatha Christie 1891 1976 The Mystery of the Blue Train is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie, first published in the United Kingdom by William Collins Sons on 29 March 1928, and in the United States by Dodd, Mead and Company later in the same year The book features her detective Hercule Poirot Poirot boards Le Train Bleu a luxury French night express train which operated from 1886 to 2003 , bound for the French Riviera So does Katherine Grey, who is having her first winter out of England, after recently receiving a relatively large inheritance On board the train Grey meets Ruth Kettering, an American heiress leaving her unhappy marriage to meet her lover The next morning, though, Ruth is found dead in her compartment, a victim of strangulation The famous ruby, Heart of Fire , which had recently been given to Ruth by her father, is discovered to be missing Ruth s father, the American millionaire Rufus Van Aldin, and his secretary, Major Knighton, persuade Poirot to take on the case Ruth s maid, Ada Mason, says she saw a man in Ruth s compartment but could not see who he was The police suspect that Ruth s lover, killed her and stole the ruby, but Poirot does not think he is guilty He is suspicious of Ruth s husband, Derek Kettering, who was on the same train but claims not to have seen Ruth Katherine says she saw Derek enter Ruth s compartment Further suspicion is thrown on Derek when a cigarette case with the letter K is found there Poirot investigates and finds out that the murder and the jewel theft might not be connected, as the famous jewel thief The Marquis is connected to the crime Eventually, the dancer Mirelle, who was on the train with Derek, tells Poirot she saw Derek leave Ruth s compartment around the time the murder would have taken place Derek is then arrested Everyone is convinced the case is solved, but Poirot is not sure He doesinvestigating and learnsinformation, talking to his friends and to Katherine, eventually coming to the truth He asks Van Aldin and Knighton to come with him on the Blue Train to recreate the murder and 1994 1372 335 20 1389 335 9789649915166 1388 324 9789643635725. KINDLE ♷ The Mystery of the Blue Train ⚕ Der Fahrplan Stimmt, Der Zeitplan Auch Ein Perfekter Mord Im Luxuszug Calais Paris Nizza So Scheint Es Nur Eine Kleine Unstimmigkeit L Sst Hercule Poirots Kleine Graue Zellen Nicht Mehr Ruhen Die Frage N Mlich, Warum Das Gesicht Der Jungen Frau, Tochter Eines Amerikanischen Million Rs, Nach Ihrer Ermordung Entstellt Wurde The Mystery of the Blue Train Hercule Poirot 6 , Agatha Christie 1891 1976 The Mystery of the Blue Train is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie, first published in the United Kingdom by William Collins Sons on 29 March 1928, and in the United States by Dodd, Mead and Company later in the same year The book features her detective Hercule Poirot Poirot boards Le Train Bleu a luxury French night express train which operated from 1886 to 2003 , bound for the French Riviera So does Katherine Grey, who is having her first winter out of England, after recently receiving a relatively large inheritance On board the train Grey meets Ruth Kettering, an American heiress leaving her unhappy marriage to meet her lover The next morning, though, Ruth is found dead in her compartment, a victim of strangulation The famous ruby, Heart of Fire , which had recently been given to Ruth by her father, is discovered to be missing Ruth s father, the American millionaire Rufus Van Aldin, and his secretary, Major Knighton, persuade Poirot to take on the case Ruth s maid, Ada Mason, says she saw a man in Ruth s compartment but could not see who he was The police suspect that Ruth s lover, killed her and stole the ruby, but Poirot does not think he is guilty He is suspicious of Ruth s husband, Derek Kettering, who was on the same train but claims not to have seen Ruth Katherine says she saw Derek enter Ruth s compartment Further suspicion is thrown on Derek when a cigarette case with the letter K is found there Poirot investigates and finds out that the murder and the jewel theft might not be connected, as the famous jewel thief The Marquis is connected to the crime Eventually, the dancer Mirelle, who was on the train with Derek, tells Poirot she saw Derek leave Ruth s compartment around the time the murder would have taken place Derek is then arrested Everyone is convinced the case is solved, but Poirot is not sure He doesinvestigating and learnsinformation, talking to his friends and to Katherine, eventually coming to the truth He asks Van Aldin and Knighton to come with him on the Blue Train to recreate the murder and 1994 1372 335 20 1389 335 9789649915166 1388 324 9789643635725. The Mystery of the Blue Train Hercule Poirot 6 , Agatha Christie 1891 1976 The Mystery of the Blue Train is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie, first published in the United Kingdom by William Collins Sons on 29 March 1928, and in the United States by Dodd, Mead and Company later in the same year The book features her detective Hercule Poirot Poirot boards Le Train Bleu a luxury French night express train which operated from 1886 to 2003 , bound for the French Riviera So does Katherine Grey, who is having her first winter out of England, after recently receiving a relatively large inheritance On board the train Grey meets Ruth Kettering, an American heiress leaving her unhappy marriage to meet her lover The next morning, though, Ruth is found dead in her compartment, a victim of strangulation The famous ruby, Heart of Fire , which had recently been given to Ruth by her father, is discovered to be missing Ruth s father, the American millionaire Rufus Van Aldin, and his secretary, Major Knighton, persuade Poirot to take on the case Ruth s maid, Ada Mason, says she saw a man in Ruth s compartment but could not see who he was The police suspect that Ruth s lover, killed her and stole the ruby, but Poirot does not think he is guilty He is suspicious of Ruth s husband, Derek Kettering, who was on the same train but claims not to have seen Ruth Katherine says she saw Derek enter Ruth s compartment Further suspicion is thrown on Derek when a cigarette case with the letter K is found there Poirot investigates and finds out that the murder and the jewel theft might not be connected, as the famous jewel thief The Marquis is connected to the crime Eventually, the dancer Mirelle, who was on the train with Derek, tells Poirot she saw Derek leave Ruth s compartment around the time the murder would have taken place Derek is then arrested Everyone is convinced the case is solved, but Poirot is not sure He doesinvestigating and learnsinformation, talking to his friends and to Katherine, eventually coming to the truth He asks Van Aldin and Knighton to come with him on the Blue Train to recreate the murder and 1994 1372 335 20 1389 335 9789649915166 1388 324 9789643635725. The Mystery of the Blue Train Hercule Poirot 6 , Agatha Christie 1891 1976 The Mystery of the Blue Train is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie, first published in the United Kingdom by William Collins Sons on 29 March 1928, and in the United States by Dodd, Mead and Company later in the same year The book features her detective Hercule Poirot Poirot boards Le Train Bleu a luxury French night express train which operated from 1886 to 2003 , bound for the French Riviera So does Katherine Grey, who is having her first winter out of England, after recently receiving a relatively large inheritance On board the train Grey meets Ruth Kettering, an American heiress leaving her unhappy marriage to meet her lover The next morning, though, Ruth is found dead in her compartment, a victim of strangulation The famous ruby, Heart of Fire , which had recently been given to Ruth by her father, is discovered to be missing Ruth s father, the American millionaire Rufus Van Aldin, and his secretary, Major Knighton, persuade Poirot to take on the case Ruth s maid, Ada Mason, says she saw a man in Ruth s compartment but could not see who he was The police suspect that Ruth s lover, killed her and stole the ruby, but Poirot does not think he is guilty He is suspicious of Ruth s husband, Derek Kettering, who was on the same train but claims not to have seen Ruth Katherine says she saw Derek enter Ruth s compartment Further suspicion is thrown on Derek when a cigarette case with the letter K is found there Poirot investigates and finds out that the murder and the jewel theft might not be connected, as the famous jewel thief The Marquis is connected to the crime Eventually, the dancer Mirelle, who was on the train with Derek, tells Poirot she saw Derek leave Ruth s compartment around the time the murder would have taken place Derek is then arrested Everyone is convinced the case is solved, but Poirot is not sure He doesinvestigating and learnsinformation, talking to his friends and to Katherine, eventually coming to the truth He asks Van Aldin and Knighton to come with him on the Blue Train to recreate the murder and 1994 1372 335 20 1389 335 9789649915166 1388 324 9789643635725. The Mystery of the Blue Train Hercule Poirot 6 , Agatha Christie 1891 1976 The Mystery of the Blue Train is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie, first published in the United Kingdom by William Collins Sons on 29 March 1928, and in the United States by Dodd, Mead and Company later in the same year The book features her detective Hercule Poirot Poirot boards Le Train Bleu a luxury French night express train which operated from 1886 to 2003 , bound for the French Riviera So does Katherine Grey, who is having her first winter out of England, after recently receiving a relatively large inheritance On board the train Grey meets Ruth Kettering, an American heiress leaving her unhappy marriage to meet her lover The next morning, though, Ruth is found dead in her compartment, a victim of strangulation The famous ruby, Heart of Fire , which had recently been given to Ruth by her father, is discovered to be missing Ruth s father, the American millionaire Rufus Van Aldin, and his secretary, Major Knighton, persuade Poirot to take on the case Ruth s maid, Ada Mason, says she saw a man in Ruth s compartment but could not see who he was The police suspect that Ruth s lover, killed her and stole the ruby, but Poirot does not think he is guilty He is suspicious of Ruth s husband, Derek Kettering, who was on the same train but claims not to have seen Ruth Katherine says she saw Derek enter Ruth s compartment Further suspicion is thrown on Derek when a cigarette case with the letter K is found there Poirot investigates and finds out that the murder and the jewel theft might not be connected, as the famous jewel thief The Marquis is connected to the crime Eventually, the dancer Mirelle, who was on the train with Derek, tells Poirot she saw Derek leave Ruth s compartment around the time the murder would have taken place Derek is then arrested Everyone is convinced the case is solved, but Poirot is not sure He doesinvestigating and learnsinformation, talking to his friends and to Katherine, eventually coming to the truth He asks Van Aldin and Knighton to come with him on the Blue Train to recreate the murder and 1994 1372 335 20 1389 335 9789649915166 1388 324 9789643635725. The Mystery of the Blue Train Hercule Poirot 6 , Agatha Christie 1891 1976 The Mystery of the Blue Train is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie, first published in the United Kingdom by William Collins Sons on 29 March 1928, and in the United States by Dodd, Mead and Company later in the same year The book features her detective Hercule Poirot Poirot boards Le Train Bleu a luxury French night express train which operated from 1886 to 2003 , bound for the French Riviera So does Katherine Grey, who is having her first winter out of England, after recently receiving a relatively large inheritance On board the train Grey meets Ruth Kettering, an American heiress leaving her unhappy marriage to meet her lover The next morning, though, Ruth is found dead in her compartment, a victim of strangulation The famous ruby, Heart of Fire , which had recently been given to Ruth by her father, is discovered to be missing Ruth s father, the American millionaire Rufus Van Aldin, and his secretary, Major Knighton, persuade Poirot to take on the case Ruth s maid, Ada Mason, says she saw a man in Ruth s compartment but could not see who he was The police suspect that Ruth s lover, killed her and stole the ruby, but Poirot does not think he is guilty He is suspicious of Ruth s husband, Derek Kettering, who was on the same train but claims not to have seen Ruth Katherine says she saw Derek enter Ruth s compartment Further suspicion is thrown on Derek when a cigarette case with the letter K is found there Poirot investigates and finds out that the murder and the jewel theft might not be connected, as the famous jewel thief The Marquis is connected to the crime Eventually, the dancer Mirelle, who was on the train with Derek, tells Poirot she saw Derek leave Ruth s compartment around the time the murder would have taken place Derek is then arrested Everyone is convinced the case is solved, but Poirot is not sure He doesinvestigating and learnsinformation, talking to his friends and to Katherine, eventually coming to the truth He asks Van Aldin and Knighton to come with him on the Blue Train to recreate the murder and 1994 1372 335 20 1389 335 9789649915166 1388 324 9789643635725. The Mystery of the Blue Train Hercule Poirot 6 , Agatha Christie 1891 1976 The Mystery of the Blue Train is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie, first published in the United Kingdom by William Collins Sons on 29 March 1928, and in the United States by Dodd, Mead and Company later in the same year The book features her detective Hercule Poirot Poirot boards Le Train Bleu a luxury French night express train which operated from 1886 to 2003 , bound for the French Riviera So does Katherine Grey, who is having her first winter out of England, after recently receiving a relatively large inheritance On board the train Grey meets Ruth Kettering, an American heiress leaving her unhappy marriage to meet her lover The next morning, though, Ruth is found dead in her compartment, a victim of strangulation The famous ruby, Heart of Fire , which had recently been given to Ruth by her father, is discovered to be missing Ruth s father, the American millionaire Rufus Van Aldin, and his secretary, Major Knighton, persuade Poirot to take on the case Ruth s maid, Ada Mason, says she saw a man in Ruth s compartment but could not see who he was The police suspect that Ruth s lover, killed her and stole the ruby, but Poirot does not think he is guilty He is suspicious of Ruth s husband, Derek Kettering, who was on the same train but claims not to have seen Ruth Katherine says she saw Derek enter Ruth s compartment Further suspicion is thrown on Derek when a cigarette case with the letter K is found there Poirot investigates and finds out that the murder and the jewel theft might not be connected, as the famous jewel thief The Marquis is connected to the crime Eventually, the dancer Mirelle, who was on the train with Derek, tells Poirot she saw Derek leave Ruth s compartment around the time the murder would have taken place Derek is then arrested Everyone is convinced the case is solved, but Poirot is not sure He doesinvestigating and learnsinformation, talking to his friends and to Katherine, eventually coming to the truth He asks Van Aldin and Knighton to come with him on the Blue Train to recreate the murder and 1994 1372 335 20 1389 335 9789649915166 1388 324 9789643635725. The Mystery of the Blue Train Hercule Poirot 6 , Agatha Christie 1891 1976 The Mystery of the Blue Train is a work of detective fiction by Agatha Christie, first published in the United Kingdom by William Collins Sons on 29 March 1928, and in the United States by Dodd, Mead and Company later in the same year The book features her detective Hercule Poirot Poirot boards Le Train Bleu a luxury French night express train which operated from 1886 to 2003 , bound for the French Riviera So does Katherine Grey, who is having her first winter out of England, after recently receiving a relatively large inheritance On board the train Grey meets Ruth Kettering, an American heiress leaving her unhappy marriage to meet her lover The next morning, though, Ruth is found dead in her compartment, a victim of strangulation The famous ruby, Heart of Fire , which had recently been given to Ruth by her father, is discovered to be missing Ruth s father, the American millionaire Rufus Van Aldin, and his secretary, Major Knighton, persuade Poirot to take on the case Ruth s maid, Ada Mason, says she saw a man in Ruth s compartment but could not see who he was The police suspect that Ruth s lover, killed her and stole the ruby, but Poirot does not think he is guilty He is suspicious of Ruth s husband, Derek Kettering, who was on the same train but claims not to have seen Ruth Katherine says she saw Derek enter Ruth s compartment Further suspicion is thrown on Derek when a cigarette case with the letter K is found there Poirot investigates and finds out that the murder and the jewel theft might not be connected, as the famous jewel thief The Marquis is connected to the crime Eventually, the dancer Mirelle, who was on the train with Derek, tells Poirot she saw Derek leave Ruth s compartment around the time the murder would have taken place Derek is then arrested Everyone is convinced the case is solved, but Poirot is not sure He doesinvestigating and learnsinformation, talking to his friends and to Katherine, eventually coming to the truth He asks Van Aldin and Knighton to come with him on the Blue Train to recreate the murder and 1994 1372 335 20 1389 335 9789649915166 1388 324 9789643635725.