The Murder of Roger Ackroyd  - Agatha Christie

About halfway through I figured out who did it. I´m super excited. Nonetheless I´m a bit disappointed by the ending, because

 

I really liked the murderer.

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But then, it´s been so nice to revisit Poirot, who is as odd, brilliant and eccentric as ever:

 

"Hercule Poirot does not run the risk of disarranging his costume without being sure of attaining his object. To do so would be ridiculous and absurd. I am never ridiculous."