Big Four, The

by Agatha Christie | Mystery & Thrillers |
ISBN: 0425098826 Global Overview for this book
Registered by Tribefan on 3/14/2005
Buy from one of these Booksellers: | Amazon UK | Amazon CA | Amazon DE | Amazon FR | Amazon IT |
5 journalers for this copy...
Journal Entry 1 by Tribefan on Monday, March 14, 2005
Hercule Poirot has had his share of intruders--but the emaciated stranger covered in mud who stumbles into his apartment may be the strangest yet. Now he's embroiled in an international intrigue with an employee from a local insane asylum who's all too eager to let him in on the secret of "the Big Four."


Released into Twiggywig's Anthology Bookbox!

Journal Entry 3 by winglelliewing from Trimley St Mary, Suffolk United Kingdom on Wednesday, June 22, 2005
Received 21st June 2005
I was last on the list for this box and get to keep the lot! How lucky is that?

Journal Entry 4 by winglelliewing from Trimley St Mary, Suffolk United Kingdom on Monday, June 27, 2005
Slipping this into foxy737's bookbox, a little extra to fill a gap ;-)

Journal Entry 5 by foxy737 from Westgate on Sea, Kent United Kingdom on Thursday, June 30, 2005
part of bookbox when returned to me. not my sort of thing so will release when bookbox continues its journey

Journal Entry 6 by foxy737 at on Wednesday, August 24, 2005

Released 17 yrs ago (8/25/2005 UTC) at



bookbox on move again with this in it

Journal Entry 7 by blum from Slough, Berkshire United Kingdom on Thursday, October 6, 2005
Removed from the bookbox. Good old Agatha Christie!!

Oh what a shame!! The book is all mixed up, the story jumps from page 90 to page 123 and then goes from page 154 back to 123 again, very confusing and annoying- nothing to do with previous owners I must add, just a mix up when the book was made. The story was enjoyable despite missing a chunk and repeating a section but I think this will have to be it's final stop.

Journal Entry 8 by BookCemetery on Wednesday, October 12, 2005
A sad day indeed when the remains of this dear Reading Companion arrived at the Book Cemetery (Wednesday 12 October 2005). The dear departed was all of a jumble; missing pages, chapters out of order, total discombobulation. This is a fairly rare disease of books known as "disarrangementitis" and has to be treated quickly and decisively. There is no mystery as to the end for our dear one. Straight into the furnace for total reduction as soon as possible. A very moving Memorial Service was held in the Grove of Trees near the Pool of Water following the cremation. The ashes were liberated to the Four Winds as the Choir gave a splendid rendition of "Ave Maria". There was not a dry eye in the congregation and the Staff have been enjoined not to spray the roses with the organic garlic, chilli and rhubarb leaf spray when a Service is being conducted nearby.

The Chief Mourner was blum, who had to be supported to the Limousine following the Service. In a strange coincidence, blum won this month's lucky door prize of four big boxes of Belgian chocolates. The Management and Staff of the Book Cemetery extend sincere condolences at this sad time.


Are you sure you want to delete this item? It cannot be undone.