This volume actually contains four Poirot mysteries: Dead Man's Mirror; The Incredible Theft; Murder in the Mews and Triangle at Rhodes—the last is mostly a short story. They are all excellent and I highly recommend this tome.
I own the entire Agatha Christie's Poirot series with David Suchet; and while Suchet does a fantastic job as Poirot (sorry, Ustinov!), the movies have so changed the stories that sometimes you only recognize them for the characters’ names and an outline of the original plot! I cannot understand why turn Mrs. Christie’s books into movies if her perfectly crafted stories will be mercilessly changed. A small example: in The Incredible Theft and Murder in the Mews, Captain Hastings, who does not grace the pages of these books, shows up in both movies! As for plot, there are so many changes it would take too long to list them.
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