A Year of Poirot

In Death in the Air, Poirot said,

Close your eyes, my friend, instead of opening them wide. Use the eyes of the brain, not of the body. Let the little gray cells of the mind function. Let it be their task to show you what actually happened.

I am closing my eyes and remembering a whole year of the Weekly Poirot. Yes, a year! And my little gray cells, they’re working hard. They’re trying to decide if I should do another year of Poirot quotes or move on to something else.

Hmm. I wonder how many Poirot books I have left to read. Here is a list of all books with links indicating the ones I have read and reviewed here already.

Wow! That’s a lot of books. I guess I’ll have to continue the Weekly Poirot until I finish reading all of them. Here’s to another year of Poirot!

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1 Response to A Year of Poirot

  1. chick says:

    I knew that I had lost track of my reading and that I had forgotten to review a few books. Looking at this list, I can see that Peril at End House is one of the books that fell through the cracks. Death in the Clouds (a.k.a. Death in the Air) is another. I will write something about them as soon as possible.

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