"Hugh Fraser deftly takes us into the glamorous past with his rich and pearly voice. Hercule Poirot can hardly believe it when a passenger is killed practically under his nose on an airplane bound for London from Paris. When the weapon turns up in his seat ...well, that is not to be borne! Fraser creates a different personality for each of the passengers but never gives away a thing. Somehow they all seem as pure as the driven snow while Poirot never falters in his quest. Fraser is a master at painting each nuance of the upper-class Brit of yesteryear. For anyone taken with the golden age of detective stories, this is a gem. D.G. (c) AudioFile 2005, Portland, Maine"