‘The Murder of Roger Ackroyd’- Agatha Christie

Agatha Christie is one of my favorite writers and I’m sure this is just one of many books I’ll talk about here. I choose The Murder of Roger Ackroyd just at random from a list of Christie novels and short stories I found online.

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Originally published in 1926,this novel features the most famous Belgian detective Hercule Poirot who solves the mysterious death of Roger Ackroyd in the small village of King’s Abbott. It is written from the perspective of the villages GP which gives the reader a unique perspective as to how the detective solves the crime.

(If you are wondering, yes, that is a library book. I love reading, just not their prices.)

I paired a black tea with this book, a french vanilla chia. I thought that a tea with a hint of spice best suited this book considering its topic. Any black tea would be a good alternative or just a black cup of coffee if you prefer.


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