Friday, August 30, 2013

The Unexpected Guest and The Pale Horse by Agatha Christie

BBC Radio Dramatization
I've been a fan of Agatha Christie's novels and short stories for several years now and began reading her novels years ago around the time I entered high school. 

I'm also a big fan of listening to audiobooks, so I was thrilled to come across a BBC radio dramatization of two of Christie's works on in their bargain book section.

This past week, I listened to the BBC Full-Cast Radio Dramatizations of The Unexpected Guest and The Pale Horse by Agatha Christie. I enjoyed listening to both productions equally as the dramatization added a new dimension to my listening experience. The actors did an excellent job of bringing each story to life and I enjoyed each storyline as it unfolded. 

I would highly recommend listening to 'The Unexpected Guest and The Pale Horse' by Agatha Christie if you're a mystery genre fan!

The following is a product description of The Unexpected Guest and The Pale Horse by Agatha Christie, which I on
Two BBC Radio full-cast dramatizations of these classic Christie tales.

The Unexpected Guest—A foggy night, a lonely country house, and a woman with a gun in her hand quietly surveying the dead body of her husband. It looked like a straightforward case of murder. Or was it? As the ghosts of an old wrong begin to emerge from the past, the case begins to look anything but straightforward.

The Pale Horse—Father Gorman is called to a dingy rooming house to see a woman who, before she dies, confesses a bizarre tale to him. Leaving the house he is followed and, in the fog, a fatal blow is struck. A piece of paper with nine names written on it is found in the dead priest's shoe. The clue leads to The Pale Horse Inn, home of three women: a psychic, a medium and a witch. Can Mark Easterbrook and his friend Ariadne Oliver unravel the occult mysteries?
Until my next post, happy reading!!

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