Cards on the Table has all the things you’d expect from an Agatha Christie novel; whether you like it or not. Personally, I’m more fond of the Miss Marple mysteries but I’ve read most of Hercule Poirot also. However, if you’re familiar with any of Agatha Christie’s work the book and its ending will not really surprise you much with its charasteristic insight on human beings shod of a lot of superfluousness.
Nonetheless, an interesting read for a lazy afternoon. I’d give the book a 3\5.