The inspiration for A Haunting in Venice - now a major motion picture.
When a Hallowe'en party turns deadly, it falls to Hercule Poirot to unmask a murderer...
During a night of party games, Joyce Reynolds boasts that she once witnessed a murder. No one believes her, but then she is found drowned, face down in an apple-bobbing tub. Set against a night of trickery and the occult, Hercule Poirot and Ariadne Oliver must race to uncover the real evil responsible for this ghastly murder.
Hallowe'en Party is the sensational Agatha Christie novel that inspired the brand new feature film directed by and starring Kenneth Branagh. This special edition is introduced by its screenwriter, Michael Green.
Paperback / softback; HarperCollins Publishers; Published: 31/08/2023
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