This is the second time I read the book. I didn't remember a lot. Poirot received a letter from a elderly woman who is suspicious about a fall she had. Poirot does not receive the letter in a timely fashion and the woman is dead two weeks later. No one believes that Emily Arundell's death is suspicious except Poirot. The first part of the book was typical Christie-easy and fun to read. However, the ending seemed 'off' somehow and was not satisfying.I finished the book the first time on September 15, 2000. This time I read it as part of the Goodread's Agatha Christie Book Club.