• The Adventure of the Cheap Flat

  • Part of the Hercule Poirot Series
  • By: Agatha Christie
  • Narrated by: Peter Finney
  • Length: 28 mins
  • 3.5 out of 5 stars (4 ratings)

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In Agatha Christie’s short story “The Adventure of the Cheap Flat”, Poirot’s suspicions are aroused when he hears of a sweetheart deal on a flat. Doing a little freelance investigation, he soon learns that the flat is at the center of a case of international espionage and a potentially fatal double cross.  

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Public Domain (P)2020 Agatha Christie

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The story is narrated by a computer-synthesized voice with no emotion, no inflection, no distinctions among characters. Words are bizarrely mispronounced. It’s horrible. The story itself was also a disappointment for this fan of Christie, though honestly, the voice was so awful that it alone made me glad when the half hour was over. If voice synthesis is the future of Audible, count me out.

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