Sad Cypress

Sad Cypress "A lovely young girl has died of poison. A woman stands in the dock charged with her murder. Hercule Poirot looks on from the gallery. But is she really guilty?[edit]Explanation of the novel's titleThe title comes from a song from Act II, Scene IV of Shakespeare's Twelfth Night which is printed as an epigraph to the novel.Come away, come away, death,And in sad cypress let me be laid

Authors: Agatha ChristiePages: 244     Year: 1940

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