One, Two, Buckle My Shoe

One Two Buckle My Shoe It was shortly after his appointment that Dr Morley was found with a bullet through his right temple The gun was on the floor beside him The authorities were satisfied that the amiable old denti

  • Title: One, Two, Buckle My Shoe
  • Author: Agatha Christie
  • ISBN: 9780006120223
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Paperback
  • It was shortly after his 12 30 appointment that Dr Morley was found with a bullet through his right temple The gun was on the floor beside him The authorities were satisfied that the amiable old dentist had shot himself Hercule Poirot was not But who could have murdered him One of Dr Morley s glamorous patients His hard drinking partner His secretary s disgruntledIt was shortly after his 12 30 appointment that Dr Morley was found with a bullet through his right temple The gun was on the floor beside him The authorities were satisfied that the amiable old dentist had shot himself Hercule Poirot was not But who could have murdered him One of Dr Morley s glamorous patients His hard drinking partner His secretary s disgruntled boyfriend All Poirot has is a hunch, too many clues, and a killer who will not be satisfied with only one victim.

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    1. Agatha Christie

      Agatha Christie also wrote romance novels under the pseudonym Mary Westmacott, and was occasionally published under the name Agatha Christie Mallowan.Agatha Christie is the best selling author of all time She wrote eighty crime novels and story collections, fourteen plays, and several other books Her books have sold roughly four billion copies and have been translated into 45 languages She is the creator of the two most enduring figures in crime literature Hercule Poirot and Miss Jane Marple and author of The Mousetrap, the longest running play in the history of modern theatre Agatha Mary Clarissa Miller was born in Torquay, Devon, England, U.K as the youngest of three The Millers had two other children Margaret Frary Miller 1879 1950 , called Madge, who was eleven years Agatha s senior, and Louis Montant Miller 1880 1929 , called Monty, ten years older than Agatha During the First World War, she worked at a hospital as a nurse later working at a hospital pharmacy, a job that influenced her work, as many of the murders in her books are carried out with poison.On Christmas Eve 1914 Agatha married Archibald Christie, an aviator in the Royal Flying Corps The couple had one daughter, Rosalind Hicks They divorced in 1928, two years after Christie discovered her husband was having an affair.Her first novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles, came out in 1920 During this marriage, Agatha published six novels, a collection of short stories, and a number of short stories in magazines.In late 1926, Agatha s husband, Archie, revealed that he was in love with another woman, Nancy Neele, and wanted a divorce On 8 December 1926 the couple quarreled, and Archie Christie left their house Styles in Sunningdale, Berkshire, to spend the weekend with his mistress at Godalming, Surrey That same evening Agatha disappeared from her home, leaving behind a letter for her secretary saying that she was going to Yorkshire Her disappearance caused an outcry from the public, many of whom were admirers of her novels Despite a massive manhunt, she was not found for eleven days.In 1930, Christie married archaeologist Max Mallowan Sir Max from 1968 after joining him in an archaeological dig Their marriage was especially happy in the early years and remained so until Christie s death in 1976 In 1977, Mallowan married his longtime associate, Barbara Parker.Christie frequently used familiar settings for her stories Christie s travels with Mallowan contributed background to several of her novels set in the Middle East Other novels such as And Then There Were None were set in and around Torquay, where she was born Christie s 1934 novel Murder on the Orient Express was written in the Hotel Pera Palace in Istanbul, Turkey, the southern terminus of the railway The hotel maintains Christie s room as a memorial to the author The Greenway Estate in Devon, acquired by the couple as a summer residence in 1938, is now in the care of the National Trust.Christie often stayed at Abney Hall in Cheshire, which was owned by her brother in law, James Watts She based at least two of her stories on the hall the short story The Adventure of the Christmas Pudding, which is in the story collection of the same name, and the novel After the Funeral Abney became Agatha s greatest inspiration for country house life, with all the servants and grandeur which have been woven into her plots.During the Second World War, Christie worked in the pharmacy at University College Hospital of University College, London, where she acquired a knowledge of poisons that she put to good use in her post war crime novels To honour her many literary works, she was appointed Commander of the Order of the British Empire in the 1956 New Year Honours The next year, she became the President of the Detection Club In the 1971 New Year Honours she was promoted Dame Commande

    945 thoughts on “One, Two, Buckle My Shoe”

    1. هل يمكن ان يكون الحل في ابزيم الحذاءرااائعة هذه العقليه البوليسية لاجاثا كريستي


    2. “Japp said curiously: “What are you trying to do–make the thing more difficult?”[Poirot:] “Exactly that.”Ok, so the first victim is a dentist and my dad is a dentist I was upset. But it was also funny because we joked about it for at least an hour. The solution was absolutely perfect, and when I enjoy the solution I retroactively enjoy the whole book even more (bottom line: I'm a weird girl. But of course you knew that already). The central part of the story -basically, the investiga [...]


    3. I didn’t grow up on a healthy dose of Agatha Christie. My poison were Austen (so cliched! But apparently childhood me wasn’t too heavy on originality) and Sidney Sheldon. I loved Sheldon’s insane roundabout, amazing adventures with exotic and hardly-believable characters. My favourite was Tracy Whitney- the international thief who pulls off the most incredible heists, sometimes with a poodle, sometimes with a mud mask. I loved them so much that that even now when friends tell me that they [...]


    4. Choose Your Own Adventure!You Are Special, Perfect You. Did I Ever Tell You How Lucky You Are? You Must Remember This: The Song Is You, I See You Everywhere, As Long as I Live, Just for You, Crazy For You, You, You, You. I Love You, More Than You Know. You Are Special, Little OneYou Don't Love Me Yet. Say You Love Me, Say You Need Me! You Belong To Me; You Are Mine. You Can't Win.Don't Look Behind You, If You Could See Me Now, I Will Wait for You: Eternal Bliss, Just For You. I'm Coming to Get Y [...]


    5. If this were the first Christie I had read instead of the 22nd consecutive Poirot novel I might love this more than I do. I eventually warmed to it quite a bit, but I am also developing powers of discrimination. It feels true to form. Nothing all that memorable compared to the best of her works, the crème de la crème, but this one is solid, impressive in its own right. Does this sound like snobbery? I dunno. Christie is very good even at her averagest.This one features Dr. Morley, a grumpy den [...]


    6. This was a re-read for me, although this time I tried the audio versionmehow the story felt a bit outlandish to me, it was all going well but revelations at the end felt a bit too contriveda little improbable. IDK, wasn't that impressed the second time around.


    7. Es la primera vez que leo a la autora y la verdad es que por lo menos esta novela no es para nada mi tipo. Me gusta la novela policíaca, pero la mezcla del suicido con un montón de política, no me gustó para nada. Y siendo más sincera, fue para mí inevitable comparar esta novela con Mr Mercedes de Stephen King (última novela policiaca que leí) y la diferencia es abismal, la forma en que me atrapó la historia de King, no lo logró esta historia ni por asomo.Reseña Completa: bastvilard/2 [...]


    8. I don't hate going to the dentist, at least, not like Poirot does. And that's where this book's murder takes place. Poirot follows a variety of clues and misdirections surrounding the death of his dentist, Mr. Morley. There are numerous conflicting details, and Poirot being Poirot, eventually finds his way through all the mess to the baddie. Who turned out to be someone I wasn't expecting, which I wasn't expecting. I like it when Christie surprises me.


    9. 4.5Very good Poirot story. I can just imagine Agatha going to the dentist and seeing everyone around her cringing just at the thought of what is coming next, and thinking "this is the perfect place" and 'what if?" The result is a fiendish murder, brilliantly choreographed. She also turned certain aspects around to great effect.Once more, Christie used nursery rhymes as inspiration and it seems, to structure her story too. Such a weird idea and yet it works extremely well.One, two,Buckle my shoe; [...]


    10. Death at the dentist'sThe thing is – if Hercule Poirot ever threatens to visit you, make an excuse and then flee to the other side of the world because no one is safe around that man! In this book he visits his dentist, Mr Morley, for a routine check-up. By the end of the morning, Mr Morley is dead. Later, one of his patients is found dead and another has gone missing. Let's hope Poirot didn't have a doctor's appointment that afternoon!At first, Inspector Japp thinks Mr Morley, who was found s [...]


    11. Re reading Agatha Christie is always a winner. I enjoyed this one as much as I did the first time; I definitely found it still very different to her other whodunnits but nevertheless enjoyed reacquainting with the different supporting cast of characters; and Poirot with his dentist (for less of a better word, phobia) is precious. Enjoyed the appearance of Japp here too.



    12. رائعةمذهلةونهاية صادمة كعادتها!أغاثا كريستي تمتلك عقلاً خارقاً لكتابة هكذا روائع ♥♥


    13. “No, my friend, I am not drunk. I have just been to the dentist, and need not return for another six months! Is it not the most beautiful thought?"I had fun with this one. Hercule Poirot is like honey to my bear, or fly, or whatever (Okay, forget this sentence), so I'm always ready for more of his books. This time the usually brave detective starts the novel in a pissy mood because he has to undergo the dentist chair. While getting his teeth worked on, he listens to his regular dentist drone o [...]


    14. I think 2018 should officially be renamed the Year Of Christie for me because this is my fifth so far. Another of Poirot's investigations, this time centering on the death of Poirot's dentist.This is probably my new second favourite Agatha Christie (after the first I ever read, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd). The twists and turns were expertly handled and although I had several guesses as to the identity of the murderer throughout, I didn't guess the ultimate conclusion. I've seen other reviewers [...]


    15. What an adventure that was! I have waited far too long to read Agatha Christie's books. What a mind she must have had to have dreamt up such a complex plot and have figured out a way to tie all the loose ends together.


    16. اتذكر انني شعرت بالم باسناني حين قرأت هذه الرواية رغم اني اسناني كانت بحالة جيدة. فكرة الرواية ذكية كعادة روايات ملكة الغموض والجريمة ولكنها كتبت افضل منها لان هناك ثغرة كبيرة لم استطع تجاوزها و لن اكشفها هنا كي لااقتل التشويق لدى القارىء لكن عموما هي جيدة


    17. There are certain humiliating moments in the lives of the greatest of men. It has been said that no man is a hero to his valet. To that may be added that few men are heroes to themselves at the moment of visiting their dentist.Hercule Poirot was morbidly conscious of this fact.He was a man who was accustomed to have a good opinion of himself. He was Hercule Poirot, superior in most ways to other men. But in this moment he was unable to feel superior in any way whatever. His morale was down to ze [...]


    18. I adore Poirot but I have to say I found this one a little disappointing. It starts off with promise. A seemingly random death leaves our funny little Belgian dissatisfied. His little grey cells tell him something doesn't add up.We then develop a bit of a mystery, more so than other Poirot tales and there's a sense the scope might be larger than the standard 'personal' tales. We have some interesting perspectives of communism and the pervading fear at change of the established British world orde [...]




    19. There's honestly nothing better than sitting down with an Agatha Christie novel on a rainy september day with some tea and a blanket.And she's impeccable when it comes to getting one out of a reading slump. She's so straightforward in her language and yet always exciting. This is not at all one of her best novels, although I enjoyed a bit of spy intrigue and, possibly, the fate of England hinging on the capture of the culprit. I would've like to be more engaged by the suspects, but it's still a [...]


    20. I liked this book, it was good. Not as good as the previous two I recently read by christie though hence the lesser than four starsOT: The plot was okay, although I got confused at various points, the story IMO was a little bit TOO confusing, in comparison to the other two I've read. As a result, I lost track a couple of times and it was less enjoyeable to read but still ultimately a good plot idea. Just could have been simplified somewhatARACTERS: Another problem I had with the book were the la [...]


    21. A good solid mystery in Christie's signature style. A death, this time of a dentist, followed by another death, of a Greek immigrant, followed by yet a third death, a middle-aged woman. And what ties them together? There are only a few possible suspects, most of whom were patients of the dentist. There's much to take in, a lot of red herrings, a lot of keeping track of who is who and who went where when. I can't imagine writing something like this without multiple diagrams and outlines and pictu [...]


    22. i love agatha cristie novelsbut there is some technical points a dentist. give Anaesthesia there is techniques so, only a dentist can give it to be sure that the Anaesthesia works.otherwise it failsd to cure the tooth and make filling is not something that the killer can pretend to do while the real dentist was already dead. one cant die from adrenaline and novocain given in dental dose as Anaesthesia. the greek man was killed in this novel the novel is good exept in this point


    23. Target audience: People passionate about good detective novels, mystery, intrigue, romance and plots.About the author: According to , Dame Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie was an English crime novelist, short story writer and playwright. She also wrote six romances under the name Mary Westmacott including Giant's Bread, but she is best known for the 66 detective novels and 14 short story collections that she wrote under her own name, most of which revolve around the investigative work of such chara [...]


    24. O crime central deste livro decorre num contexto pouco usual: o consultório de um dentista. De facto, pouco depois de Hercule Poirot ter sido atendido pelo Dr. Morley, este aparece morto naquilo que parece um suicídio mas que, como seria de esperar, é muito mais. Poirot, como é seu hábito, envolve-se na investigação e acrescenta-lhe todas as suas peculiares capacidades. Pouco depois, duas outras vítimas aparecem, pessoas que tinham também consulta marcada para essa manhã fatídica e, p [...]


    25. _ إن كان بوارو يريدها جريمة قتل ، فستصبح جريمة قتل **- كانت في هذه القضية مسألة تبذير ، التكاليف لا تهم ، الحياة البشرية لا تهم . **- بدأت أنظر للقضية من الزاوية الصحيحة ، النفقات لا تهم ؟ أمر طبيعي أن لا تهم بالنسبة لك الأستهتار بالحياة الإنسانية ؟ هذا أيضا لا يهم . لأنك منذ فترة ط [...]


    26. A book that I've read before, but only in French. I chose to re read it again because I had forgotten much of it. As I read, I remembered part of the plot, but my enjoyment remained undiminished. As for my admiration for Mrs Christie, it stayed high, and grew in fact, despite the fact that part of the subterfuge was borrowed from The Mystery Of The Blue Train. Christie's books - most of them, and there are many of them - were built for one thing impart the love of reading to budding readers, and [...]


    27. بدأ الأمر بموت طبيب الأسنان المعالج لبوارو وقد بدا الحادث كانتحارثم وفاة أحد مرضاه بجرعة زائدة من الأدوية اتجه التفسير هنا إلى ان الطبيب أعطى المريض جرعة قاتلة ثم عاقب نفسه على هذا الفعل بالانتحارلكن لم يكن صديقنا بوارو ليرضى بهذا الحل أبدا تبع ذلك اختفاء سيدة من مرضى الطبي [...]


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