Murder on the Links (1985)
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- A Fellow Traveller
- An Appeal for Help
- At the Villa Genevieve
- The Letter Signed “Bella”
- Mrs. Renauld’s Story
- The Scene of the Crime
- The Mysterious Madame Daubreuil
- An Unexpected Meeting
- M. Giraud Finds Some Clues
- Gabriel Stonor
- Jack Renauld
- Poirot Elucidates Certain Points
- The Girl with the Anxious Eyes
- The Second Body
- A Photograph
- The Beroldy Case
- We Make Further Investigations
- Giraud Acts
- I Use My Grey Cells
- An Amazing Statement
- Hercule Poirot On The Case
- I Find Love
- Difficulties Ahead
- “Save Him!”
- An Unexpected Denouement
- I Receive a Letter
- Jack Renauld’s Story
- Journey’s End
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