Reading progress update: I've read 74%.

They Came to Baghdad - Agatha Christie

Luckily, thought Victoria, men were always so superior about women that any slip she did make would be treated less as a suspicious circumstance than as a proof of how ridiculously addle-pated all women were!

The second half is dragging a bit, but it's still far more entertaining than I originally feared.


But this question did come up for me, was Christie making fun of Anthropologists as a whole when she made Victoria succeed in passing as one?