Book Review: Funerals Are Fatal by Agatha Christie (1953)

Synopsis: Richard Abernethe had been in poor health so, even though he died suddenly, there was no reason to suspect foul play. That's why, when his sister, Cora, suggests he was murdered during the will reading, his remaining heirs, already counting their money, think she is a fool.
However, when Cora herself is bludgeoned to death with a hatchet, Richard's lawyer, Mr. Entwhistle, begins to suspect there might be some truth to what she had suggested and ultimately reaches out to his old friend, Hercule Poirot.


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