I was unsure what this book would be like. There are so many involving the time when Agatha Christie went missing, and most of them are not very good but thought i would give it a go. I was pleased i did it was an enjoyable read. It wasn’t quite a 4 star for me so if i could have given it 3.5 i would have.
It is mainly fiction with some true facts and occurrences mixed into the plot. It follows Agatha on a trip on the Orient Express after her divorce from her first husband. She meets two other women who’s stories unfold as they join together and become friends.
There is no murder to solve instead it is a book about a particular time where these women meet and how they help each other.
I found the ending a little unrealistic but much enjoyed the authors descriptive narrative and the characters involved.
I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.