Endless Night has to be the most unusual book I have read by Agatha Christie so far. I expected a murder mystery and what I got was a psychological thriller, a really great one at that.
It´s a slow burn of a novel. Christie takes an awful long time to set up her story and the plot thickens late in the book. Which has given her enough time to genuinly mess with my head. I didn´t expect this book to be that dark and twisted.
It is the best thing to know as little as possible about the book before reading it, so I will put the rest of my review behind spoiler tags:
I´ve read this for "In the Dark, Dark Woods" square of the halloween bingo. A lot of the story takes place in the woods, so it fits for that square.