Tommy and Tuppence Beresford are restless for adventure, so when they are asked to take over Blunt's International Detective Agency, they leap at the chance. Their first case is a success - the triumphant recovery of a pink pearl. Other cases soon follow - Another must-listen from my #AudibleApp: "Partners in Crime: A Tommy and Tuppence Mystery" by Agatha Christie, narrated by Hugh Fraser.
The Pale Horse - Never read a single Agatha Christie book till now. I am not quite sure if this is her usual style but it is rather unusual to see a main character being in the narrative state for so long and the drama of the story coming on only half way through the book. But having said that, I thought the twist, plot lines were truly engaging for a crime novel written at the point of time. " The supernatural of today is the science of tomorrow."
from Wikipedia: "The book features the characters of Hercule Poirot, Arthur Hastings and Chief Inspector Japp. The form of the novel is unusual, combining first- and third-person narrative. This approach was famously pioneered by Charles Dickens in Bleak House, and was tried by Agatha Christie in The Man in the Brown Suit. What is unusual in The A.B.C. Murders is that the third-person narrative is supposedly reconstructed by the first-person narrator, Hastings.".