Dame Agatha Christie's incomparable Hercule Poirot is brought to life in these five stories, set in the art deco elegance of 1930's England. "How Does Your Garden Grow" - When Amelia is poisoned in her home, Poirot hurries to her home where his interest in gardening pays off when he spots something fishy in the garden border. "The Million Dollar Bond Robbery" - The future of the London and Scottish bank is riding on its million dollar shipment of Liberty bonds to New York on the inaugural sailing of the Queen Mary. "The Plymouth Express" - A young heiress is murdered en route to Plymouth and the chief suspects are a couple of gold-diggers. Poirot and Hastings retrace Florence's train journey to the West Country. "Wasps' Nest" - Captain Hastings finds intrigue and mystery in the picture when he experiments with a new camera at a garden fete he visits with Poirot and Inspector Japp. "The Tragedy at Marsdon Manor" - In a country house, Jonathan is recovering from an ulcer with the help of his younger wife. When his body is found under an oak tree, she swears that a ghost who haunts the tree is responsible.
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