“Parker Pyne Investigates” by Agatha Christie – A Book Review

Parker Pyne made it his business to secure happiness for his clients. As long as someone was unhappy for whatever reason, he would help to change the course of the unhappiness for fee. Agatha Christie wrote this collection of fourteen short cases in Parker Pyne Investigates.

Parker Pyne was an Englishman and his methods of making someone happy were unconventional and somewhat underhand but with good intention.

I like these short stories because it was simply short. You got it when it ended. The plot was creative, clever and unexpected. These short stories by Agatha Christie were first published in the 1930s and they were still a joy to read now. 

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