The Man in the Brown Suit is a work of investigator fiction by British essayist Agatha Christie, first distributed in the UK by The Bodley Head on 22 August 1924 and in the US by Dodd, Mead and Company later in the equivalent year. The UK version retailed at seven shillings and sixpence (7/6) and the US release at $2.00. The character Colonel Race is presented in this novel.
Anne Beddingfeld is all alone and prepared for undertakings when one comes her direction. She sees a man bite the dust in a cylinder station and gets a bit of paper dropped close by. The message on the paper drives her to South Africa as she fits more bits of the riddle together about the demise she saw. There is a homicide in England the following day, and the killer endeavors to kill her on the boat on the way to Cape Town.
Audits were blended at distribution, as some sought after another book highlighting Poirot, while others enjoyed the composing style and were certain that perusers would need to peruse as far as possible to realize who is the killer. A later survey preferred the beginning of the novel, and felt that the end didn’t stay up with the nature of the beginning, and the commentator didn’t care for when the story became like a spine chiller novel.