In the title work in this collection of novellas, Poirot and
Inspector Japp collaborate on the investigation of a suspicious
suicide. The supernatural is said to play in the disappearance of
top secret military plans in "The Incredible Theft"--an incredible
claim, indeed, as Poirot will prove. The bullet that kills Gervase
Chevenix-Gore shatters a mirror in "Dead Man's Mirror"--just the
clue Poirot needs to solve the crime. And, while basking on white
Mediterranean sands, Poirot stares trouble in the face--the
beautiful face of Valentine Chantry, now celebrating her fifth
marriage--in "Triangle at Rhodes."
This title was previously published as "Dead Man's Mirror."
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