The first Hercule Poirot novel!When newly married Emily Inglethorpe is found poisoned, it appears everyone is under suspicion and has a motive, including her new husband, Alfred. When retired Belgian detective Hercule Poirot arrives to investigate, it's up to him to solve the mystery, and keep the suspect from getting away with murder.This edition contains a special introduction and an all-new Hercule Poirot story, "The Case of the Missing Silk Evening Gown," written by Ilil Arbel, author of the Madame Koska mysteries.
Ilil Arbel enjoys writing in a variety of genres, including mythology and folklore. Her published works include short stories and folktales, and she has contributed articles on the subjects of natural history, personal histories, biography, health, education, social commentaries, and Judaic myths. Ilil has a Ph.D. in the field of Liberal Arts, specializing in mythology and folklore. Ilil has lived and studied in Tel Aviv, Paris, and New York, and currently resides in Manhattan.