Sleep Stories: Hercule Poirot and the Missing Will by Agatha Christie

20:21 Sleep Stories Apr 02, 2022 4 comments 600 235

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In tonight's Sleep Story, the incomparable Belgian detective Hercule Poirot uses his 'little grey cells' to solve the case of the Missing Will.

Here's the text if you'd like to read this story

Sleep Stories feature public domain stories read softly, with the volume gradually decreasing so you can drift off


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  • Lazarus on 2022-06-14 23:50:57 (UTC)

    I’ve never read any of Agatha Christie’s work before but now I’m intrigued. Thoroughly enjoyed this performance of her work, it was delivered brilliantly and the accents were a nice touch. Thanks for making this.

    • A Eve on 2022-06-22 21:02:07 (UTC)

      Thank you so much for listening! I'm so glad to be able to introduce you to Christie!

  • MadWithLust on 2022-04-08 12:38:50 (UTC)

    I was going to make it through this one, intrigued by the mysterious case and charmed by your lovely accents and wonderful narration, but I found that perfect spot under the covers and it was just the right coziness...I was drifting in and out through the second half!

    Reading the text, this was a fantastic mystery and I missed out on some exciting narration...I definitely need to give this a second listen! :P

    BTW, I was totally on the Sherlock side of the Lizzie and Fitz kerfuffle but recently, I'm slowly realizing the merits of the Agathas... runs off to listen to Chapter 10...and maybe a bit of steamy shower Chapter 15... :P

    • A Eve on 2022-04-08 19:02:54 (UTC)

      Aw, I'm glad you were able to get to sleep though! And that it inspired you to leave the Arthurs and join the Agathas! :P