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Агата Кристи «Why Didn't They Ask Evans»

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<p> <emphasis>AGATHA CHRISTIE</emphasis> </p> <p>Why Didn’t</p><p>They Ask Evans?</p>
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First published in Great Britain by Collins 1934

Copyright © 1934 Agatha Christie Ltd. All rights reserved.


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Ebook Edition © OCTOBER 2010 ISBN: 9780007422906

Version: 2018-10-08

To Christopher Mallock

in memory of Hinds



Title Page


Chapter 10 Preparations for an Accident

Chapter 11 The Accident Happens

Chapter 12 In the Enemy’s Camp

Chapter 13 Alan Carstairs

Chapter 14 Dr Nicholson

Chapter 15 A Discovery

Chapter 16 Bobby Becomes a Solicitor

Chapter 17 Mrs Rivington Talks

Chapter 18 The Girl of the Photograph

Chapter 19 A Council of Three

Chapter 20 Council of Two

Chapter 21 Roger Answers a Question

Chapter 22 Another Victim

Chapter 23 Moira Disappears

Chapter 24 On the Track of the Caymans

Chapter 25 Mr Spragge Talks

Chapter 26 Nocturnal Adventure

Chapter 27 ‘My Brother was Murdered’

Chapter 28 At the Eleventh Hour

Chapter 29 Badger’s Story

Chapter 30 Escape

Chapter 31 Frankie Asks a Question

Chapter 32 Evans

Chapter 33 Sensation in the Orient Café

Chapter 34 Letter from South America

Chapter 35 News from the Vicarage

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<p> <a target="_blank" rel="nofollow" href="#ulink_2a2aa663-1f93-5e10-9fe2-52d8e25108b5">Chapter 1 The Accident</a> </p>

Bobby Jones teed up his ball, gave a short preliminary waggle, took the club back slowly, then brought it down and through with the rapidity of lightning.

Did the ball fly down the fairway straight and true, rising as it went and soaring over the bunker to land within an easy mashie shot of the fourteenth green?

No, it did not. Badly topped, it scudded along the ground and embedded itself firmly in the bunker!

There were no eager crowds to groan with dismay. The solitary witness of the shot manifested no surprise. And that is easily explained – for it was not the American-born master of the game who had played the shot, but merely the fourth son of the Vicar of Marchbolt – a small seaside town on the coast of ...