Cards on the Table (Hercule Poirot, #15) - Agatha Christie

This is fun!

 

Superintendent Battle is doing good old plain detective work. Poirot interests lies in the furniture of the crime scene and the hands that have been played in the bridge match. And Ariadne Oliver takes the head-on approach, suspecting the doctor and not beating around to bush about her views. 

 

Ariadne Oliver is so eccentric (one word: apples). I like her a lot.