I smuggled this paperback home from my recent trip to my family cottage where I was delighted to find this dusty little gem. This market paperback edition of Destination Unknown by Agatha Christie was the perfect little treat to cap off my summer reading, and for those searching for it online, note that it was also released in the U.S. book market as “So Many Steps to Death”. My version was a bit difficult to read because it’s so old, but I still managed to finish it in only a few hours. Originally published in 1954 and only 192 pages, it’s a fun trip into a somewhat mystifying world of international intrigue and unbelievable wealth. It seems like an odd thing to point out, but it felt like this book really stretched my imagination, but in a very satisfying way. There is a reason why Agatha Christie is so popular, and this book certainly speaks to that.

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