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Nov 17 2017 3:00pm

Audiobook Review: Murder on the Orient Express, Read by Kenneth Branagh

In addition to directing the new version of Agatha Christie's Murder on the Orient Express, Kenneth Branagh expertly narrates a new audiobook recording of this classic Poirot mystery.

Before you read any further, I have a confession to make. While I like to think of myself as being fairly well-read, and Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express is one of the most widely read mysteries ever, this audiobook marks only my second foray into Christie’s work—the first of which took place mere months ago when I picked up And Then There Were None as a quick summer weekend read. That same weekend, I purchased a copy of Murder on the Orient Express at a local bookstore in hopes of tackling it before the latest film adaptation hit theaters in November. Fortunately, I never actually got around to reading that paperback, so I got to experience the story for the first time through the vocal talents of Kenneth Branagh.

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