The Secret Adversary Book Summary

James Scott on 2/24/2011 9:18:09 PM

This detective fiction by Agatha Christie introduces the characters of Tommy and Tuppence, who are out of work after WWI. In an attempt to make some money, they decide to become "adventurers" and stumble on to a real mystery. It has a gripping story with well drawn characters of the two amateur adventurers.
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