Agatha Christie publishes Elephants Can Remember

At a literary luncheon, the celebrated author Ariadne Oliver is asked a blunt question by a complete stranger: Mrs.

Burton-Cox. Mrs. Burton-Cox’s son is considering marriage to one of Mrs. Oliver’s god-daughters, Celia Ravenscroft. The question is: did Celia’s mother murder her father, or was it the other way around? Disturbed but curious, Mrs. Oliver enlists Poirot’s help as she attempts to discover the truth about two deaths that had occurred many years earlier.