The Poisoned Chocolates Case
Sir Eustace is a cad of the first water, with a specialty in other men’s wives, and the list of people who might want to do him in could fill a London phone book. But which of them actually sent the chocolates with their nasty hidden payload? Scotland Yard (we love saying this) is baffled. Enter the Crime Circle, a group of society intellectuals with a shared conviction in their ability to succeed where the police have failed. Eventually, each member will produce a tightly reasoned solution to the Case of the Poisoned Chocolates, but each of those solutions will identify a different murderer. First published in 1929, The Poisoned Chocolates Case is a classic of the Golden Age of mystery, and one of the great puzzle-mysteries of all time.
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Fans of Agatha Christie and the Golden Age of mystery
"One of the most stunning trick stories in the history of detective fiction"—Julian Symons