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A Different Kind of Evil Agatha Christie the Queen of Crime travels to the breathtaking Canary Islands to investigate the mysterious death of a British agent in this riveting sequel to the twisty thriller Publishers Weekly A Talent for MurderTwo months after the events of A Talent for Murder, during which Agatha Christie disappeared, the famed mystery writer s remarkable talent for detection has captured the attention of British Special Agent Davison Now, at his behest, she is traveling to the beautiful Canary Islands to investigate the strange and gruesome death of Douglas Greene, an agent of the British Secret Intelligence Service As she embarks on a glamorous cruise ship to her destination, she suddenly hears a scream Rushing over to the stern of the liner, she witnesses a woman fling herself over the side of the ship to her death After this shocking experience, she makes it to the Grand Hotel in a lush valley on the islands There, she meets a diverse and fascinating cast of characters, including two men who are suspected to be involved in the murder of Douglas Greene an occultist similar to Aleister Crowley and the secretary to a prominent scholar, who may also be a Communist spy But Agatha soon realizes that nothing is what it seems here and she is surprised to learn that the apparent suicide of the young woman on the ocean liner is related to the murder of Douglas Greene Now she has to unmask a different kind of evil in this sinister and thrilling mystery



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  1. says:

    1927 and Agatha Christie had been advised by her doctor to have rest and recuperation after the harrowing experiences of the previous few months Embarking on a cruise to the Canary Islands was a health benefit and to be accompanied by her daughter and the nanny made her cover complete Mrs Christie was on the hunt for a killer, and she was under the protection of the British Secret Intelligence Service, along with an agent by the name of John Davison But the suicide of a young woman on board w 1927 and Agatha Christie had been advised by her doctor to have rest and recuperation after the harrowing experiences of the previous few months Embarking on a cruise to the Canary Islands was a health benefit and to be accompanied by her daughter and the nanny made her cover complete Mrs Christie was on the hunt for a killer, and she was under the protection of the British Secret Intelligence Service, along with an agent by the name of John Davison But the suicide of a young woman on board within the first day of the journey which Mrs Christie witnessed and was unable to prevent, along with strange and suspicious circumstances once they had arrived in the Orotava Valley, had Mrs Christie sure she knew who the killer was Not knowing who she could trust, her unearthing of secrets had her realizing the evil on the island was dark and dangerous Would she be able to uncover the killer before it was too late A Different Kind of Evil is 2 in the Agatha Christie series after A Talent for Murder, which I enjoyed by author Andrew Wilson A mildly intriguing plot, it was unfortunately long winded and rambling in places and I didn t take to this one as much as the first Far fetched and melodramatic, I nevertheless enjoyed Agatha Christie s character, and that of her daughter and nanny Recommended to fans of historical mystery.With thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for my digital ARC to read and review


  2. says:

    After thoroughly enjoying the previous book, A Talent for Murder, I couldn t wait to pick up this next one.A Different Kind of Evil picks up quite shortly after events from the first book Agatha Christie has caught the eye of the British Secret Intelligence Service and for her first mission, she is sent to Tenerife to help solve the murder of an agent whose body has been found mummifi


  3. says:

    I m so glad I found this series It is light and entertaining, but at the same time, intelligent and well crafted The plot was good although there was a hole left somewhere, but I m not sure everyone would notice so I don t want to spoil things for you , and made me flip through the pages as fast as I could to get to the solution of the mystery Agatha Christie s character is well done, and


  4. says:

    Visit the locations in the novelThis is turning into a really fun series Book one was good and this second one goes that bit further Agatha Christie herself of course is the star of the show and this time she s on a cruise when she gets asked to help out regarding a crime She s writing one of her famous novels at the time and this is a really nice touch to the story when she mentions her book a


  5. says:

    Following the death of her mother, the collapse of her marriage to Archie Christie, and her sensational disappearance for two weeks, Agatha Christie is now on a trip to Tenerife, officially for rest and recovery, and to finish her latest book The Mystery of the Blue Train.Unofficially, she is travelling at the behest of British Special Agent Davison, to investigate the death of another intelligence


  6. says:

    ARC provided by the author in exchange for an honest review What fun I had reading A Different Kind of Evil by Andrew Wilson This is the second book in the Agatha Christie Series The series is a fictional account of Ms Christie herself, built around true facts of her life, which I was pleased to find were listed at the end of the book What fun Such an amazing premise that follows an intriguing woman and


  7. says:

    This is book 2 in a fictional mystery series based on real events from Agatha Christie s life A little slow in the beginning and middle, but an exciting reveal at the end I appreciate how the author notes the actual events from Agatha s life at the end of the book Excited to get started on book 3 Two months after the events of A Talent for Murder, during which Agatha Christie disappeared, the famed mystery wr


  8. says:

    It is now 1927 and Agatha Christie is on her way to the Canary Islands ostensibly to have a holiday, but on an assignment from the Secret Intelligence Service to investigate the death of one of their agents, Douglas Greene But not is all rest as a suicide on the outgoing ship disturbs her peace.An enjoyable mystery, well written, though Christie does seem a bit naive to think that any theories she has about events


  9. says:

    How about a MINUS One , and that is being generousKIRKUS REVIEW Free at last of the scandal of her notorious 1926 disappearance though not quite yet of her adulterous spouse Agatha Christie sails for the Canary Islands at the behest of the secret agent who helped rescue her from those complications A Talent for Murder, 2017.The first death, that of Secret Intelligence Service agent Douglas Greene, precedes Christie s p


  10. says:

    I think I gotout of it reading it so quickly after A Talent for Murder , they do act as companion books I did enjoy this read as it does plug in to my choice of period, genre and the like but it doesn t really work for me I m not sure why Maybe my cynical self isn t that keen on someone writing as the character of Agatha Christie Although AW is at pains to state he is nothing to do with Agatha Christie or her Estate and it


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