1933 - Published for The Crime Club, London - First Edition
A sumptuously bound first edition of this Poirot mystery, which The Times declared ‘A Triumph’ in 1933.
‘Each one of us is a dark mystery, a maze of conflicting passions and desires and attitudes?... One makes one's judgements - but nine times out of ten one is wrong’ - Hercule Poirot.
‘Supper at the Savoy! Hercule Poirot, the famous little detective, was enjoying a pleasant little supper party there as the guest of Lady Edgware, formerly Jane Wilkinson, a beautiful young American actress. During the conversation Lady Edgware speaks of the desirability of getting rid of her husband...’