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1. Dr Bauerstein wasn't the killer in "The Mysterious Affair at Styles".
But in secret he was involved in another crime. Which one?
Wilhelm von Brincken worked in this profession in WW 1.
2. Beautiful Flora Ackroyd wasn't only worried about "The Murder of Roger Ackroyd". What offence did she herself commit?
Leviticus 19:11 is against it.
3. The real "Peril at End House" was murder. What criminal craft was committed by the Australian couple named Croft?
Konrad Kujau worked in their profession some decades later.
4. The so-called Father Lavigny had every reason to be worried about a "Murder in Mesopotamia", because his work at the dig was not free of fault.
What did he do?
5. The "Dumb Witness" of the minor offence by Charles Arundell was a dog.
What did he watch, while he waited for a ball to be removed from a drawer?
The also fictional A. J. Raffles was much more refined in this.
6. There was much "Evil Under the Sun" on this beautiful English island. What evil did loud and talkative Horace Blatt add, when he went sailing with his boat?
I suppose he did know about the famous Jack Rattenbury.
7. In "Dead Man's Folly", Marlene Tucker tried some little blackmailing. Was she arrested for this?
8. In "The Clocks", what crime was committed by the blind Miss Millicent Pebmarsh?
Kim Philby was a real expert in this.
9. The arty love interest of "Third Girl" Norma - David "the Peacock" Baker - was involved in what kind of crime?
Elmyr de Hory was much better doing this.
10. Now to the great detective himself. The one and only Hercule Poirot.
As a former policeman he should have delivered a criminal to the law.
But sometimes he showed kindness to the causer of petty crimes.
In which book did he even help to cover up a murder?
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