Well, where to start with this one? After four glorious episodes of rampant speculation about parlourmaid sexy dances, bloody-dagger-based-cash-in-hand-motivated-murder and (of course) salacious scenes of chronic butler self abuse - our proud theories and tentative conclusions are roundly blown out of the water by a truly spectacular Agatha Christie twist.So come along with us as we discover who really killed Roger Ackroyd. We were absolutely flabbergasted. For all the wrong reasons. Plus! YOUR (and selected internet sources) feedback on the book and the cast in general - including another fantastic offer from the junk mail section. Get your own feedback into us at email@example.com or find us on twitter @sharkliveroil
In part three of Shark Liver Oil's page by page guide to Agatha Christie's The Murder of Roger Ackroyd we begin to get a bit frustrated with Poirot's "I've found out something important... but I'm not going to tell you what it is" routine. We also discover such nineteenth century highlights as goose quills, dodgy muddy boots and playing the table top sensation that is "Mah Jong". Oh, and the doctor and detective seem to be closing in on the murderer.. Send your feedback, requests or far out murder theories into us at firstname.lastname@example.org or find us on twitter @sharkliveroil
Shark Liver Oil returns with the second of a four part read through of Agatha Christie's The Death Of Roger Ackroyd. In this section we discover a vital clue in the form of a mysterious gold ring, Dave questions the effectiveness of "oh I couldn't possible be guilty, I'm a woman" as a defence and Matt sticks resolutely to his knife in neck/ sexy dance/ perverted butler theory. Send your predictions, reviews and other stuff into us at email@example.com or find us on twitter @sharkliveroil
We're doing a classic Hercule Poirot mystery novel from the master of the art, Agatha Christie. This book's got it all - a man with a fortune who won't share his cash, suspicious behaviour from close family members, potentially disgusting behaviour on the part of a butler, the world's worst attempt at going incognito, and a very strange way of deciding who is trustworthy (featuring the Daily Mail). Spoilers - Ackroyd isn't long for this earth. But we're in it until the shocking revelation in a few weeks! For now, let us know who you think dunnit at firstname.lastname@example.org, or on Twitter via @sharkliveroil.