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A teenage murder witness is drowned in a tub of apples At a Hallowe'en party Joyce—a hostile thirteen year old—boasts that she once witnessed a murder When no one believes her she storms off home But within hours her body is found still in the house drowned in an apple bobbing tub That night Hercule Poirot is called in to find the 'evil presence' But first he must establish whether he is looking for a murderer or a double murderer


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    ''The past is the father of the present The ''crime'' writers who write like Christie are few The ones who try to write mysteries similar to her own are non existent I may sound harsh but those who struggle to imitate her should take a step back and reconsider And why is that? Because she understood embraced and elevated to a whole new level the implications of the past when facing the present As horrible as a present situation may be the roots of all evil lie in the deeds of the past This is present to every work of the Queen of Crime In my opinion ''Hallowe'en Party'' delivers this notion in a highly atmospheric manner and presents one of the most elaborate crimes Agatha ever delivered13 year old Joyce a little busybody who wants to be in the centre of attention is found murdered in a tub filled with apples in a twisted apple bobbing game on Halloween Hercule and the wonderful Ariadne Oliver are called to solve the crime In this work sexual passion and obsession are the motives that guide each suspect and there is a plethora of fascinating stories of people attracted to beauty vice and a twisted notion of love Agatha creates a unique atmosphere with prominent descriptions of the Halloween festivities the beautiful garden the temptations that guide the characters to questionable deeds The snapdragon scene a haunting game that isn't included in many works of Fiction is among my favourites in all of Christie's novels and stories Not to mention that I love Ariadne to pieces I think she's an exciting character on her own and the proper equivalent to our beloved Hercule And naturally the ITV film production was perfect despite some deviations from the novelIf you want to experience Halloween through Crime Fiction don't look further ''Hallowe'en Party'' is just what you want with a healthy dose of good old British mystery Can't get any perfect than that