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  • 273 pages
  • El Adversario Secreto
  • Agatha Christie
  • Spanish
  • 23 January 2017

10 thoughts on “El Adversario Secreto

  1. says:

    Secret Adversary is the first Tommy Tuppence novel Ta da I m not going to claim that it s great, but it was entertaining And Christie managed to make me think I KNEW who the hell dunnit, only to jerk the rug out from underneath meagain to be fair, that s kind of her thing, you know You know what was cute, tho...


  2. says:

    I am hosting an Agatha Christie Readathon on my blog in April 2018 where we are reading one of her books each week The first book up, The Secret Adversary, is the initial entry in the Tommy Tuppence cozy mystery series she s written Although I ve read a bunch of her novels, I hadn t read anything in this particular series, so I was glad that one of them won the poll to choose our books that I had set up earlier this year.In this caper, Tommy and Tuppence, 22 year old somewhat poor resid I am hosting an Agatha Christie Readathon on my blog in April 2018 where w...


  3. says:

    IT was 2 p.m on the afternoon of May 7, 1915 The Lusitania had been struck by two torpedoes in succession and was sinking rapidly, while the boats were being launched with all possible speed.This is still one of the most intriguing Agatha Christie opening lines I have read another can be found in Murder on the Orient Express, but I ll get to that in a different post The Secret Adversary is the first adventure of Miss Prudence Cowley and Lieutenant Thomas Beresford, a.k.a Tommy and Tuppence IT was 2 p.m on the afternoon of May 7, 1915 The Lusitania had been struck by two torpedoes in succession and was sinking rapidly, while the boats were being launched with all possible speed.This is still one of the most intriguing Agatha Christie opening lines I have read another can be found in Murder on the Orient Express, but I ll get to that in a different post The Secret Adversary is the first adventure of Miss Prudence Cowley and Lieutenant Thomas Beresford, a.k.a Tommy and Tuppence Tommy and Tuppence have known each other since childhood but lost touch over the years with the exception that they met again in 1916, when Tommy was injured in the war and Tuppence worked as an auxiliary nurse The story sets in as they meet again for the first time since 1916, now in London in 1920 Both are best described as Bright ...


  4. says:

    Don t be offended because I think you re young Youth is a failing only too easily outgrown I am willing to bet anything that Tommy and Tuppence are the two cutest wannabe detectives in the panorama of spy fiction in its entirety Yes, spy fiction I dove into this expecting a crime story, instead espionage was the key word here There is no denying that I was a little disappointed andthan a little taken aback, but Christie can do no wrong, even when she does do wrong, so, of course, I Don t be offended because I think you re young Youth is a failing only too easily outgrown I am willing to bet anything that Tommy and Tuppence are the two cutest wannabe detectives in the panorama of spy fiction in its entirety Yes, spy fiction I dove into this expecting a cri...


  5. says:

    Re read withThe Christie Carnage noobs, middlings hoity tots WARNING My thoughts are going to be scattered all over this review,WhyBecause, I suck at reviewing Lets begin from the beginning So, some of the readers at the Indian Readers decided to read the complete works of Agatha Christie I, being overly curious and enthusiastic, jumped right into with my fellow readers, despite of having read, re read, watched, heard audiobooks and those delicious BBC radio plays multiple num Re read withThe Christie Carnage noobs, middlings hoity tots WARNING My thoughts are going to be scattered all over this review,WhyBecause, I suck at reviewing Lets begin from the beginning So, some of the readers at the Indian Readers decided to read the complete works of Agatha Christie I, being overly curious and enthusiastic, jumped right into with my fellow readers, despite of having read, re read, watched, heard audiobooks and those delicious BBC radio plays multiple number of times So the book most voted upon roughly based on chronology of its publishing was theSecret Adversary , published in the year 1922 this was after Mysterious Affair at Styles Disclaimer Prior to this I ha...


  6. says:

    A short and entertaining read entertaining as much for its mystery as for the laughable sensationalism of its topic Very timely for 1922 all about bolsheviks and revolutions and Labour Party members and secret treaties, with a hero and heroine full of jolly upper class Britishness and levity, if not imagination, in tough spots Very characteristic of an era.The mystery, though constructed out of sensationalistic and dated elements, has an excellent form We are told quite frankly in the fir A short and entertaining read en...


  7. says:

    Description After WW1, childhood pals Tommy Beresford and Tuppence Prudence Cowley lack money and prospects and become adventurers for the British Government Rich American Julius P Hersheimmer, powerful Mr Whittington, and an evil mastermind s conspiracy all seek Jane Finn who was given papers vital to peace by an agent at the sinking of the Luisitania Oooo stop the press, this is a 2015 TV series starring Jessica Raine and David Walliams Is she like this at home Description After WW1, childhood pals Tommy Beresford and Tuppence Prudence Cowley lack money and prospects and become adventurers for the British Government Rich American Julius P Hersheimmer, powerful Mr Whittington, ...


  8. says:

    Not the usual Christie mystery This is a John Buchan style ripping yarn with light weight espionage and a heavy emphasis on adventure.Initially I found the plot so light on logic and the situations so uncharacteristically contrived and co incidence driven that it made me look back at the cover to confirm if I was reading a Christie or a Wodehouse But it picked up gradually and then ended in a massive flourish The mystery component, though not entirely unpredictable, was handled quite adeptly Not the usual Christie mystery This is a John Buchan style ripping yarn with light weight espionage and a heavy emphasis on adventure.Initially I found the plot so light on logic and...


  9. says:

    I ve heard so many wonderful things about Agatha Christie s books, but for whatever reason have never read one When I saw that James was holding an Agatha Christie Readathon for April, I jumped on the chance to try at least a couple of her books I am happy to say that I was pleasantly surprised with the amount of joy I had while reading The Secret Adversary One of my favorite aspects of this book was Christie s writing style There was something just so light and airy toward the beginning of I ve heard so many wonderful things about Agatha Christie s books, but for whatever reason have never read one When I saw that James was holding an Agatha Christie Readathon for April, I jumped on the chance to try at least a couple of her books I am happy to say that I was pleasantly surprised with the amount of joy I had while reading The Secret Adversary One of my favorite aspects of this book was Christie s writing style There was something just so light and airy toward the beginning of the book Then, when thesuspenseful parts of the book began to take over, Christie changed her tone to one that grasped my hand and quickly pulled me along for the suspenseful ride It was a clever trick to give the reader a false sense of security that this might be a light read, but it actually turns out t...


  10. says:

    Agatha Christie meets Enid Blyton s Famous Five for a ripping adventure yarn Or something like that anyway Nothing like Poirot or Marple, Tommy and Tuppence are young, almost childlike in their approach It s exactly like you d imagine the Famous Five would treat the case lots of excitable running about, not a lot of appropriate respect for the fact that they are in serious danger for most of the novelTommy and Tuppence, the two detectives are demobbed after the war and find themselve...


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