“Three Act Tragedy” by Agatha Christie is wonderful as usual, even thought the wonderful and charming detective Hercule Poirot is only in it a very short time at the beginning and not heard from again until nearly the end of the book. That being said, the escapades of the other characters are so great that it doesn’t have the huge effect you might think. For readers who like the theater this is a Christie mystery, that will most definitely keep your interest.
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Joseph Sciuto was born and raised in New York City, where he spent his early years listening to his Italian-American grandmother’s vivid stories about how their family was responsible for building much of the impressive Manhattan skyline, including the Empire State Building. The rich flavor of her stories about their family’s heritage still works its way through his writing. Sciuto holds degrees from both John Jay College of Criminal Justice and Stony Brook University and a certificate in film studies from New York University. After studying psychology, film, theater, literature, and English as an undergraduate, he relocated to Southern California to attend graduate school at Loyola Marymount University, where he studied writing and film. Sciuto's next novel, SOFIA, is available on June 27, 2019, following the success of HOLLYWOOD RIPTIDE, TARGETED DEMOGRAPHICS and PER VERSE VENGEANCE. View all posts by josephfsciuto