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Review: Poirot: “Elephants Can Remember”

Posted by therebelprince on June 13, 2013

Over at my other blog, The Agatha Christie Reader, things are heating up again after a lonely year without Christie adaptations on our screens…

The Agatha Christie Reader

Welcome back, dear readers.  David Suchet has returned for the final series of Poirot films, which will be released infrequently over the next several months. Let’s take a look at the first of the five, Elephants Can Remember.

“And love it may usually turn to hate. And it is easier to hate where you have once loved than to remain indifferent.”

— Hercule Poirot

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One Response to “Review: Poirot: “Elephants Can Remember””

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