An unabridged Poirot mystery. taken from the collection Murder in the Mews 'Good night for a murder,' Inspector Japp remarked to Hercule Poirot as they walked home from a dinner on Guy Fawkes Night. 'Nobody would hear a shot, for instance, on a night like this.' And indeed the next morning the two men are called to 14 Bardsley Gardens Mews to investigate a mysterious case of murder disguised as suicide. Murder in the Mews is the title story of the volume by the same name. It is unabridged Agatha Christie at her best, and is superbly read by Nigel Hawthorne.