"This is a simple e-book written by Agatha Christie." Edit By BS Editor: Originally published in 1926, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd has stood the test of time. With plenty of red herrings scattered about, we join Hercule Poirot has he applies his â€œLittle grey cellsâ€™ to the case. The victim, Roger Ackroyd, was found stabbed to death in his study, and of course, there are plenty of suspects for Poirot to interview and consider.The story is told from the view point of the village doctor, he, along with his nosy sister, Caroline, assist Poirot, even though most of the time they have no inking of how this case will be solved. But, of course, solve it he does, in his usual pompous yet delightful way. The twist at the end was a huge surprise for me and I loved it.The bookâ€™s jacket tells us that this is the novel that made Agatha Christie a house-hold name and launched her career as a perennial Bestseller. If that is the case, then I applaud The Murder of Roger Ackroyd indeed.