Murder On The Orient Express - David Suchet, Agatha Christie I've been listening to the Audio CD for the last week on the ride to and from work. I don't recall ever having actually read the book. My mother was a great fan of mysteries, and I remember reading - I think - [b:Mrs. Pollifax On Safari|140528|Mrs. Pollifax On Safari|Dorothy Gilman|http://ecx.images-amazon.com/images/I/217FVKMDS3L._SL75_.jpg|1684215] by Dorothy Gilman when I was a kid. But for me Agatha Christie was always better watched in one of the many movie adaptations than read.

What's most striking about this audio version is the reading by David Suchet - the at-the-moment quintessential Hercule Poirot. He pretty much nails every character, and you're not often scrambling to figure out who's speaking.