The Man in the Brown Suit
Anne Beddingfeld observes a deadly accident and believes she has witnessed a murder. Impulsively following a chain of clues, Anne uncovers a sinister collection of plotters with a potentially lethal intolerance for the amateur sleuth.
When a man dies in an apparent accident in a London tube station, Anne Beddingfeld notices the suspicious actions of a mysterious man in a brown suit. A second death that is seen as connected to the first by no one other than herself, puts Anne on the trail of the buried truth. Clues will drive her, alone, on a quest for justice that will result in her passage on a cruise ship bound for South Africa, and a chain of confrontations with a merciless band of professional thieves. This stand-alone novel, first published in 1924, shows Agatha Christie experimenting a little by both stepping away from her already established detective hero, Hercule Poirot, and blending stronger elements of the international thriller into her story. Replete with stolen diamonds, undercover agents, an exotic island hideaway and a steadfast heroine desperately trying to survive and make sense of it all, The Man in the Brown Suit remains one of the author’s most spellbinding tales.With an eye-catching new cover, and professionally typeset manuscript, this edition of The Man in the Brown Suit is both modern and readable.
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