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The Seven Dials Mystery ( A. Christie)


In Agatha Christie’s The Seven Dials Mystery we are introdused to a
mass of interesting characters and events .
Two
men are murderd with a mysterious connecting to a group called the
Seven Dials. The amateur sleuth, Eileen “Bundle“ Brent , spies
and tries to figure out who in fact killed her friends . Her
investigation leads to a party where a German inventior was
prestending a highly sought after invention . Both her friend Jimmy and Bill stand watch at night to protect the formula when Bundle
slips outside . She finds a packet but before she can open it, a freat
commotion comes from library. When she reaches the location of the
noise, she sees Jimmy shot in the arm, laying in the library. He
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