∞ Myra

A turban tying daydreamer, who loves reading books. 

The Mysterious Affair at Styles - Agatha Christie The Mysterious Affair at Styles was Agatha Christie’s first novel, published in 1920. I have to admit that for a first novel it was pretty impressive!The story seems to be quite simple and the obvious is suddenly questioned, the suspect count rises and the real murderer is unnoticed, until Hercule Poirot gets involved. The twists and turns about the entire plot are captivating.Arhur Hastings, I didn't really like him. I found him pretty annoying because he never believed in Poirot's theories, but I appreciated his confidence that he'll catch something Poirot has missed.Hercule Poirot, our detective, is simply brilliant and a gentleman. I loved when he said "the little grey cells" instead of brain! (There is an entire book and you liked this little thing? Yes!)This was my first Agatha Christie book and I will definitely read more from her! A special thanks to my mother for her recommendation!4.5 stars