The Man in the Brown Suit, an Agatha Christie’s work of detective fiction, was first published in 1924.
The novel begins with Anne Beddingfeld who witnesses an accident in the station when a man falls on the tracks. A man in a brown suit who declared himself a doctor checks the poor man and announces the man is dead.
She begins her adventures with a piece of paper dropped by the Man in a Brown Suit at the scene, from United Kingdom to South Africa. If she can find out who the man in the brown suit is, the murder case would be solved.
Readers must be stunned by Agatha’s plotting and exquisite language when reading the novel to know if the murderer was caught. Thrill, mystery, intrigue, murder, adventure, and romance all are fused into this book.
The author gives us an entertaining read from start to finish.