The Labors of Hercules (Hercule Poirot, #26): Only Agatha Christie is capable of doing such a clever feat - give the ancient 12 Labours of Hercules a modern twist in the form of murder mysteries that our now hero, Hercule Poirot have to solve. Most of stories are ingenious and few are ok. An engaging read. Click here to add this book to your Goodreads shelf.
One, Two, Buckle My Shoe (Hercule Poirot, #22): Honestly, this story line is the most difficult and convoluted of all Agatha Christie books I read so far. The premise is to solve the murder of a harmless dentist Mr. Morley. It takes a while for the reader to figure out who is who. There many characters and its slow pace can be a bit downer. That said, I immensely enjoyed the last few pages when it finally strikes our Poirot who did it all and why. Click here to add this book to your Goodreads shelf.