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Demnach tritt das ursprüngliche Testament wieder in Kraft, nach dem das Vermögen allein der Witwe zufällt. Zufällig befindet sich auf dem Schiff auch der berüchtigte Detektiv Hercule Poirot.
Hercule Poirot beginnt sofort mit den Ermittlungen und löst den Fall auf bewährte Weise …. Für Multitalent Peter Ustinov handelte es sich damit um seine letzte von insgesamt sechs Darbietungen des Meisterdetektivs, den er auch in diesem Fall mit unvergleichlich feiner Ironie verkörpert.
Der im Alter von 82 Jahren verstorbene Schauspieler erlangte Weltruhm mit Filmen wie "Spartacus" und "Topkapi" , für die er jeweils mit dem Oscar für die beste Nebenrolle ausgezeichnet wurde.
Agatha Christie ist eine Autorin der Superlative: Sie ist die weltweit meistübersetzte Schriftstellerin mit einer Auflage von mehr als einer Milliarde Exemplare und die Begründerin des modernen britischen Kriminalromans.
Detailsuche einschalten. Menü Tagestipps Alle Sendungen. Detailsuche Sendungstitel. In der Zukunft. Letzte Woche. Original mit UT. But which of her downtrodden children did it, which one found the gumption to do the dirty deed.
All of them said they spoke to her, sat out in the open at the front of the "cave" where she was staying, on the afternoon she died, but half of them said it was after the doctor put her time of death, so what is going on.
Are they protecting each other or lying for some other reason. Enter Poirot who has all of 24hrs to sort the issue before it would be too late.
His "little grey cells" go into overdrive to solve the case through interviewing all the Boynton family and the other few tourists present at the time; a Mr Cope, friend of the Boynton; Lady Westholme, larger than life peer; Dr Gerard, a famous psychologist; Sarah King, newly qualified doctor and traveller; and Miss Pierce, a meek and mild retired governess.
Poirot arranges his normal denouement gathering at which he unmasks the murderer much to Colonel Carbury's relief. I did like the epilogue set 5 years later where Poirot reappears!
Where Poirot goes crime usually a murder or several follows. This time the guy was minding his own business traveling in the Middle East - the region was relatively stable at that time - when he overheard two siblings talking about the necessity of murdering their stepmother.
Poirot quickly forgot about the incident only to recall it in details when the woman in question died seemingly natural death. Back to now dead American lady.
She used to work as a warden in a US jail. She used her work e Where Poirot goes crime usually a murder or several follows.
She used her work experience to bring up her kids with expected results. Sufficient to say removing her from the picture as soon as possible was absolutely necessary because a little later in time and it would be too late for some of the children of her family.
Thus she was removed. Poirot never approved any murder no matter how justified so he began his investigation. This is one of the most difficult Poirot mystery in sense of following the detective reasoning for those that try to do it.
It would not be a big spoiler to say that every single person interrogated by Poirot was lying. So this time Poirot had to build his case not on the truth, but on lies.
Worry not, he is Hercule Poirot who never with exactly one exception failed to bring the villain to justice. I already mentioned complicated mystery.
Characters were excellent. The victim was written in such a was that she came alive being scary. Like thank-God-it-is-just-a-fiction-book scary.
Her whole subdued family was fascinating and watching the events developing was very much like watching a train wreck in the progress.
Or watching a plane falling down from the sky. My final rating is the usual Poirot mystery rating: 4 stars. Something prevented me from giving it an excellent mark.
Something I cannot even put my finger on. Still it is a great book well worth reading - and what Poirot book is not? View all 5 comments. And I'm so ridiculously glad they all had their view spoiler [happily ever after hide spoiler ] , in the end.
This time around, the queen of crime did not disappoint at all. First book of the year and I don't have much to report, interpret, gauge, or infer.
This is the first time I've read it in English. Before that I read it when in my teens, in French. The latter translation was superb. The translator, Louis Postif, was a genius.
Returning to this book, it does not lend itself very well to a reread. The first time I was impressionable. I wasn't impressed by Poirot this time around.
There was no determining proof of guilt in this case. Only the flimsiest trace of First book of the year and Only the flimsiest trace of misdemeanor.
This happens to most clever mysteries. The writer paints herself into a corner then is inconvenienced. Despite the low score, it was a good experience reading an old favorite.
View all 4 comments. Real Rating: 3. The "she" in the sentence is their stepmother, an evil, sadistic harpy, as we learn later.
Boynton is a foul person whose abusive behavior towards her s Real Rating: 3. Boynton is a foul person whose abusive behavior towards her stepchildren is reminiscent of her premarital career as a prison warden.
Which is a whole other kettle of fish that, well, kudos to Dame Agatha for bringing it up no matter how tangentially.
But the vile old bitch dies on a side trip from their holiday base in Jerusalem, at that time in the British Empire's control.
While in a touring party, Mrs. Boynton and company meet Lady Westholme, charming English willful woman who was once an M. It is then, when La Westholme hoves into her view, that Mrs.
Boynton utters a cryptic and menacing line: "I never forget. Remember that. Boynton to her family, her stepchildren and her own daughter most inaptly named Ginevra, like any s American mother would name her child such a foreign-sounding thing!
Not to say it's badly written, really, though I do get a little tired of Ma Christie's use of foreigner-English.
And Poirot's arrogance: He decides, after the dead woman is brought from Petra to his holiday destination visit to Col. Carbury, that by no more than interviewing the people in the holiday party he will solve the crime.
But Mrs. Boynton wasn't, to all appearances, murdered But no, Poirot's little grey cells must be let out to run!
Secrets must be revealed, The Truth must be discovered, and hang the consequences! Which will, you know Poirot knows, be dire.
Dire they are: More death this time really unnecessary and quite horrible in its reason , a hideous boil of a family lanced and drained of a lifetime's accumulation of rotten, stinking emotional and physical abuse.
Humiliation and misery for all! What a marvelous story to set in the so-called Holy Land, the source of millennia of misery, death, humiliation, and evil!
Can't fault Dame Ags for apt choices even if they aren't terribly subtle. And no one's going to convince me that they weren't both deliberate and calculated I also don't much enjoy the steady Catholicking of Poirot that Suchet began about this time, especially since this book was so bitterly anti-Catholic!
He makes such a smug little speech to camera at the end of the show about Almighty God and I was ready to urp.
The major problem for me was that the child abuse was so well filmed, although one never sees the acts one does hear them, like the camera is one of the children not being tortured.
It's effective. TOO effective. I hated it. The motives for the murder remaining the same, well, almost the same don't bother me.
It's the nature of the beast in a murder mystery for the cracks to show. But the vileness of the victim and the condign death she endures don't make for easier watching.
Families aren't safe, happy havens for all of us. But this family, its unique and terrible pathology, are ripe for fictional exploration.
I don't think the screenplay does violence to the spirit of Nemesis that animates the book, that vengeful and dreadful goddess of retribution for the crime of hubris.
In our secular age, that crime is no longer against the gods but against the Norm, the Way Things Should Be, ma'at. Lady Boynton, as she is in the show, has committed modern hubris on every conceivable subject: Her family's fate, her actions in the financial markets, her husband's bizarre search for the head of John the Baptist.
Ah yes, that freshly invented husband: Played by the delight that is Tim Curry, he is a bluff'n'hearty old sod, obsessed with his Grail-quest to the exclusion of all other considerations It's a great pity that, after delivering a blistering character assessment of Poirot's need to furtle in the family linen-drawers, he essentially vanishes when his quest proves hollow.
In the book, the same idea was served directly to Poirot by a now-disappeared character. The substance is the same: "can't you just leave it?
She was evil, she's dead, let the living enjoy their lives at last. I rate it slightly higher than its book source material because it is very beautiful to look at.
And Tim Curry, stout though he'd become by then, is still great fun to watch as he not so much chews but demolishes the scenery in his irrepressible aliveness.
I don't particularly recommend the story to you in either version. Child abuse is a crime, and now is punished as one.
This is a societal change I approve of most heartily. No matter how many times I read it last count was 8 , this story does not get old, all those descriptions and sequences retain their power to thrill me even when I read it today.
I simply love this book and the mystery of it. This has nothing to do with anything Jerusalem, archaeology, historical artifacts.
Absolutely not. View all 7 comments. Sep 22, carol. Feels like Dame Agatha was experimenting with new techniques, namely, how long will the readers wait before letting Hercule come in and solve the story?
And of course, a little like Murder on the Orient Express, it's a murder that no one really wants solved. Yet, enter he does, and solves the crime using the techniques of the mind--although he admits he lacks proof.
Come to think of it, I don't think he referred to "the little grey cells," alas. While not her best, I nonetheless enjoy the Egypti Feels like Dame Agatha was experimenting with new techniques, namely, how long will the readers wait before letting Hercule come in and solve the story?
While not her best, I nonetheless enjoy the Egyptian setting, the awful dynamics of a very dysfunctional family, and her twist.
She blends some "love-at-first-sight" romance here as well, which is perhaps a little eye-rolling. This is almost like a tourist brochure for Israel and Petra.
The plot has a great sinister beginning and in true Christie fashion there are many with motive for murder. In his typical fashion Poirot goes after the psychology of the murderer.
However the end is quite dampening and disappointing. Average read. View 1 comment. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. If you read the book carefully, you can easily identify the "killer". Read and enjoy :. I very much enjoyed this particular installment of the Poirot series.
The story was for me one of the good ones in the series. The book is of two parts and Poirot makes his appearance proper in book two.
However, this doesn't stop the famous Belgian detective from solving a crime that would have otherwise put down to natural causes through his brilliant psychological analysis.
Christie presents us here with an odious victim, the older Mrs. Boynton- an old woman who is a mental sadist. I came acr I very much enjoyed this particular installment of the Poirot series.
I came across another detestable victim in one of my previous reads I think it is in Murder on Mesopotamia but this victim was a thousand folds worse.
I was very much relieved by her death although it was a murder and the reading became pleasanter in her absence. I really liked the characters of the story except the victim of course especially the Boynton children and the young doctor, Sarah.
If I may recall another time I enjoyed all the characters that were employed was in The Mysterious Affair at Styles - the very first installment of the Poirot series.
The ending was a bit abrupt and rushed on. I wished that Christie took a little more time to shape it well.
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Rendevouz Mit Einer Leiche - Streams und MediathekenJenny Seagrove. Deutscher Titel. Zufällig befindet sich auf dem Schiff auch der berüchtigte Detektiv Hercule Poirot.
Der Film wurde im Jahr vorgestellt. Zuschauer und Benutzer dieses spezialisierten Führers haben Rezensionen zum Drehbuch geschrieben und diesen Film gemacht, was einer durchschnittlichen Bewertung von 2 von 5 Sternen entspricht.
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And a final word on the setting — this was the basis of my interest in this particular book, and although I understand that Christie travelled throughout the Middle East with her archaeologist husband, the scenes in Petra could have been anywhere.
There's nothing about the carvings or the monuments — just high cliffs and travellers being given the choice between sleeping in a cave or a tent — and perhaps that means Christie wasn't very impressed with the site?
I looked to see if there was a movie adaptation I could watch to get better into the setting, but the two that I could find were both filmed elsewhere.
Again, this was a thoroughly decent mystery — not one of Christie's best — and I wanted to read it, and now I have.
No regrets. Well, old Aggie did it again. I was unsuccessful at solving whodunit. Poirot gave a rather long narration explaining his murder solving reasonings and calculations, I felt it went on too long, so minus 1 star.
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View all 9 comments. Compared to the other Christie mysteries, this was just OK. Pros: 1. The story itself was quite good; set in foreign locales that added to the mystery.
Cons: 1. It was totally unexpected, but it didn't make sense. So in short, "Appointment with Death" was a fast read but underwhel Compared to the other Christie mysteries, this was just OK.
The best opening to an AC mystery for me yet: "You do see, don't you, that she's got to be killed? We quickly learn that even if you are a complete pacifist that you might see why it is the world might be a better place without her.
Certainly her children, completed cut off from the world until this trip to Jerusalem. And she does die, the old bat; their mother, beset by a heart condition, is found dead in her chair, after an arduous hike in archaeology-rich Petra.
Only good can come of her death! Why bother investigating, Poirot? But from the first, at least two of her poor, beleaguered children are suspects!
Or is this too obvious a red herring? On the other hand, Christie the cat toys with us, mere mortal mice minds; as she has Poirot say to Mssr.
If this were a work of fiction, you should strongly be suspected on that point. Boynton is despised by everyone who meets her.
Even her family. All of her children live under her thumb and it is easy to see how her manipulative tyranny make Mrs. Boynton one of the most despicable characters view spoiler [and one of the most deserving victims hide spoiler ] in any Christie novel.
Poirot, having once overheard a conversation between two of the Boyton children, is resolved to investigate when a death occurs on a tr 4.
Poirot, having once overheard a conversation between two of the Boyton children, is resolved to investigate when a death occurs on a trip to Petra.
I really enjoyed this mystery. Christie focuses once again on the relationships between the characters and uses psychology to map out what makes those relationship keep intact.
There is something compelling about the vile Mrs Boynton as none of the people around her find the strength to tear away from her even though this would ultimately be for their own good.
At the same time, Mrs Boyton's sadistic behaviour provides a number of lies and deceptions that make it fun to follow Poirot's investigations and keep guessing the resolution to this mystery.
View all 6 comments. Recommended to jade by: Shannon. Shelves: murder-mysteries. An American woman has her family bound to her through psychological torture.
She enjoys tormenting people, and takes it out on her isolated family for amusement. But on a trip to Petra, she is exposed to the outer world, as are her family.
Suddenly, one day, she is found dead. Though, nobody really cared for the woman, Hercules Poirot does not approve of murder.
He sets out to find the truth. I couldn't guess the murderer at all, though I kept pointing fingers at the different persons in the grou An American woman has her family bound to her through psychological torture.
I couldn't guess the murderer at all, though I kept pointing fingers at the different persons in the group.
But never at the murderer! You feel as if Christie did bring this one out of her magic hat. But when you go back and read, there were indications.
Christie never cheats! My only complaint with the book is the lack of background for a couple of important characters.
Other than this, a brilliant book. Even without the mystery element, I enjoyed reading about the obnoxious Mrs. Boynton and how she clutched her family tight around her.
This is one of my all-time favourite Christie. View all 3 comments. Great location s and a very intriguing setup with a tormented American family tormented by the almost omnipotent matriarch and great characters.
One of Christie's red herrings were almost beyond the realm of belief suspension this time, but it did actually not disturb so much - especially since the ending is so satisfying.
A great entry in the series, highly recommended. Once again, Christie has written a mystery with an ending I didn't see coming. This time, I can't decide if I think she left enough clues to lead to the culprit, however.
Normally, I find myself saying "oh, yeah! But, as usual, Christie does a beautiful job fleshing out the characters of a well-rounded cast, with plenty of doubt cast among almost all of them.
I changed my mind a few different times as to the possible outcome, Once again, Christie has written a mystery with an ending I didn't see coming.
I changed my mind a few different times as to the possible outcome, but still didn't get it right! I love that Christie devotes pages and pages of detail leading up to the murder, rather than just starting the book out with the murder then recounting everything that had happened through the various characters' eyes.
I find myself always paying close attention to what is happening and storing away possible useful information, just waiting for Poirot to start his investigation.
This particular book also had an epilogue that I thought was interesting and I appreciated it for this story. Despite what I think may be a lack of evidence to point towards the culprit, I think that anyone who likes mysteries would enjoy this book.
Agatha Christie never fails to please! This is definitely one of the darker Christies with the monstrous character of Mrs Boynton brooding over the narrative.
And the setting of Petra in Jordan really adds to the desolate atmosphere as a desert oasis camp takes the place of the country house.
I have to say that I spotted the clue with this one view spoiler [ because Christie has used it before hide spoiler ] but then it's even easier to see how adroit she is at leaving all her clues in plain view but disguised with her usual slei This is definitely one of the darker Christies with the monstrous character of Mrs Boynton brooding over the narrative.
I have to say that I spotted the clue with this one view spoiler [ because Christie has used it before hide spoiler ] but then it's even easier to see how adroit she is at leaving all her clues in plain view but disguised with her usual sleight-of-hand.
Poirot is a bit in the background for the first half but has lots of fun in the second leaving a list of clues that mystify his police companion.
The ending is perhaps a little rushed and I'm not quite sure if I agree with Poirot's judgement - still, fabulous! This is definitely not Agatha Christie's best work.
I'm not really a fan of Poirot but you cannot deny that he knows how to solve crimes! I didn't guess who the killer was with this one. Her biggest fans will obviously enjoy it, but this one didn't quite do it for me.
Thanks for reading. A repeat read. But as decades have passed it was almost like a new story to me. But few hazy memories floated in while reading though these didn't help me to pinpoint the actual killer.
I console myself thst I. One of the better Christies. Quite recommended. When Poirot pointed out the real murderer it was rather anti-climatic With all the talk of Ginerva's sheikhs coming to capture her and all the pshycological talk between the two doctors present, I was expecting something more dramatic.
Well anyway my guess of who the murderer was completely wrong. I was thinking that perhaps Dr Gerald had taken a fancy to the beau view spoiler [ Huh..
I was thinking that perhaps Dr Gerald had taken a fancy to the beautiful Ginerva and in a misguided attempt to free her from her tyrannical mother he committed the crime.
Being a doctor himself, knowing which medicine to use in what manner wouldn't have been any trouble for him. As for the end of the book Well that's certainly a good choice for the melodramatic Ginerva!
It's good to see the Boynton family is so free and happy and weirdly enough it comes at the cost of another completely different person's life who happened upon them by coincidence.
Lady Westholme being at that holiday was pure coincidence and yet a boon for the Boynton family. Also it's cute that Jefferson and Carol got paired up.
The best part though They all played along thinking it must be another sibling who did it and didn't want to get them into trouble.
Every single one of them walked up to the woman, discovered she's dead and yet pretended to talk to her.
Grisly humour! Readers also enjoyed. About Agatha Christie. Agatha Christie. Agatha Christie also wrote romance novels under the pseudonym Mary Westmacott , and was occasionally published under the name Agatha Christie Mallowan.
Agatha Christie is the best-selling author of all time. She wrote 66 crime novels and story collections, fourteen plays, and six novels under a pseudonym in Romance.
Her books have sold over a billion copies in the English language and a billion in t Agatha Christie also wrote romance novels under the pseudonym Mary Westmacott , and was occasionally published under the name Agatha Christie Mallowan.
Her books have sold over a billion copies in the English language and a billion in translation. According to Index Translationum, she remains the most-translated individual author, having been translated into at least languages.
She is the creator of two of the most enduring figures in crime literature-Hercule Poirot and Miss Jane Marple-and author of The Mousetrap , the longest-running play in the history of modern theatre.
The Millers had two other children: Margaret Frary Miller — , called Madge, who was eleven years Agatha's senior, and Louis Montant Miller — , called Monty, ten years older than Agatha.
Before marrying and starting a family in London, she had served in a Devon hospital during the First World War, tending to troops coming back from the trenches.
During the First World War, she worked at a hospital as a nurse; later working at a hospital pharmacy, a job that influenced her work, as many of the murders in her books are carried out with poison.
During the Second World War, she worked as a pharmacy assistant at University College Hospital, London, acquiring a good knowledge of poisons which feature in many of her novels.
Her first novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles , came out in During her first marriage, Agatha published six novels, a collection of short stories, and a number of short stories in magazines.
In late , Agatha's husband, Archie, revealed that he was in love with another woman, Nancy Neele, and wanted a divorce.
On 8 December the couple quarreled, and Archie Christie left their house, Styles, in Sunningdale, Berkshire, to spend the weekend with his mistress at Godalming, Surrey.
That same evening Agatha disappeared from her home, leaving behind a letter for her secretary saying that she was going to Yorkshire. Her disappearance caused an outcry from the public, many of whom were admirers of her novels.
Despite a massive manhunt, she was not found for eleven days. In , Christie married archaeologist Max Mallowan Sir Max from after joining him in an archaeological dig.
Their marriage was especially happy in the early years and remained so until Christie's death in Christie frequently used familiar settings for her stories.
Christie's travels with Mallowan contributed background to several of her novels set in the Middle East. The hotel maintains Christie's room as a memorial to the author.
The Greenway Estate in Devon, acquired by the couple as a summer residence in , is now in the care of the National Trust. She based at least two of her stories on the hall: the short story The Adventure of the Christmas Pudding , and the novel After the Funeral.