You can get into so much trouble on a British train. Long before Paula Hawkins’ girl on the train , there was Agatha Christie ‘s famous Hercule Poirot who got on a train investigating a murder. What was that train ?
Don’t know ? Well come and check how British stories get you into trouble on a train, at the book club on Friday October 13th.
ANSWER : The orient express – Murder on the orient express by Agatha Christie, 1934.
The book to be read this month is the Girl on the Train, written by a female writer, Paula Hawkins. Which one of those crime / thriller books was written by a female writer. All of them were adapted for television.
- And then there were none (10 petits negres)
- Gone girl
- The talented Mr Ripley
And then there were none.BBC Series. 2015. Directed by Sarah Phelps
Gone Girl. 2014. Directed by David Fincher
The talented Mr Ripley. 1999. Directed by Anthony Minghella.
Answer : all of them !
And then there were none (10 petits negres) by Agatha Christie.
Gone girl by Gillian Flynn
The talented Mr Ripley by Patricia Highsmith
Come and talk about female writers who write Thrillers at the book club on Friday October 13th at 6:30.
Come and get thrilled at the next book club session.
The book to read is “the girl on the train”. 15 millions people bought a copie of that book, and the reason is because it is good. Come and join the book club to talk about it.