“The Killings at Kingfisher Hill” is a mystery novel written by Sophie Hannah. Published in 2020, the book is part of Sophie Hannah’s continuation of Agatha Christie’s Hercule Poirot series. Hannah is authorized by the Agatha Christie estate to write new Poirot mysteries.
In “The Killings at Kingfisher Hill,” Hercule Poirot is called upon to solve another intriguing case. The story centers around the death of Frank Davenport, who was engaged to be married to Helen Acton. Helen believes that Frank’s death was not a suicide as everyone else believes. She asks Poirot to investigate the circumstances of his death and uncover the truth.
As Poirot delves into the case, he must navigate a web of secrets, motives, and hidden relationships. The book combines elements of classic whodunit mysteries with Poirot’s distinctive deductive skills and witty personality.
Sophie Hannah is known for her ability to capture Agatha Christie’s style and characters while introducing new twists and puzzles. “The Killings at Kingfisher Hill” is likely to offer readers an engaging and suspenseful mystery, complete with red herrings, unexpected revelations, and the trademark resolution that Poirot is known for providing.
If you enjoy classic detective fiction and the iconic character of Hercule Poirot, Sophie Hannah’s continuation of the series in “The Killings at Kingfisher Hill” might be a satisfying addition to your reading list.