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Fear Paints A Picture was first broadcast on the 13th April 1943 as part of the CBS 'Suspense' radio drama.
The ABC Murders was first broadcast on the 18th May 1943 as part of the CBS Suspense radio drama series.
The Lodger was first broadcast in 1940 as part of the CBS Suspense radio drama series.
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Agatha Christie Novels: I can’t be the only person to have identified the trick she uses to distract us from guessing the true culprit...
Agatha Christie's Disappearance: Her car was found abandoned at a local beauty spot close to her home in Sunningdale in Surrey on the 3rd of December 1926...
Witness for the prosecution by Agatha Christie is a short story that first appeared under the name of 'Traitor Hands' in 1925.
Parker Pyne Investigates is a collection of short stories. This is possibly one of Agatha Christie's lesser-known books, but well worth a read.
The Listerdale Mystery is the title of a collection of twelve short stories by Agatha Christie, which are for the most part lighthearted adventures, but with a few rather more sinister tales as well.
In Murder on the Orient Express is brilliantly plotted and for those who have never read the book before, the denouement (one of Agatha Christie’s best in my opinion) is astounding.
In The Thirteen Problems, a group of six friends are having a sociable evening at Miss Marple’s charming house when the conversation gets round to unsolved mysteries.
Ordeal by Innocence is unusual in that it is what might be termed a ‘retrospective’ whodunit. The actual murder had taken place two years previously, and a suspect tried and found guilty.
After The Funeral opens with all the requisite elements of a classical murder mystery. The family of the recently deceased Richard Abernethie are gathered for the reading of his will.
They Do It With Mirrors is a wonderful title for this novel, because at the heart of the plot is a brilliantly concealed conjuring trick.
They Came to Baghdad is an unusual Agatha Christie novel. It’s about espionage, international intrigue, mysterious organisations and the like...
A Murder Is Announced: It is not often that a murderer announces the time and place of his or her crime, but that is precisely what happens...
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Crooked House is a very good murder mystery and when everything is explained, I am sure most first time readers will find they have once again been bamboozled.
Taken at the Flood takes place during and just after the Second World War. Immensely rich Gordon Cloade, along with three servants, is killed when his house is hit during the Blitz.
Sparkling Cyanide is a good, well crafted, Agatha Christie murder mystery. There is a distinct shortage of solid clues, but careful reading reveals...
Death Comes As The End is surely Agatha Christie’s most bizarre novel. The story takes place in Ancient Egypt about 2000 BC and concerns a series of murders within the family of the Ka priest Imhotep.
Towards Zero is vintage Agatha Christie in that it involves murder in an English Country House, with a varied assortment of suspects.
The Moving Finger is one of a handful of Agatha Christie murder mystery novels that is written in the first person by a man (other than Hastings, that is.)
The Body in the Library is a vintage Miss Marple murder mystery. The crime takes place at Gossington Hall, the home of Colonel and Mrs Bantry who feature in several Miss Marple stories.
N or M is not the usual murder mystery we associate with Agatha Christie, however, it is an exciting spy yarn and there are murders along the way.
Evil Under the Sun is one of Agatha Christie’s most diabolically clever murder mystery plots and I take my hat off to anyone who manages to work it all out.
One Two Buckle My Shoe: It would appear that Hercule Poirot cannot even visit his dentist without murder rearing its ugly head!
And Then There Were None must rank as one of Agatha Christie’s most fiendishly clever novels, and that’s saying something...
In ‘Hercule Poirots Christmas’ Agatha Christie creates one of her most unlikeable characters in Simeon Lee...
Murder in Mesopotamia is written in the first person by Nurse Amy Leatheran, and concerns the members of an archaeological expedition in Iraq...
Why Didn’t They Ask Evans? has as its main characters two Bright Young People from the upper/middle classes. No, it’s not Tommy and Tuppence...
Peril at end House is good, solid Agatha Christie murder mystery fare. I would say the red herrings outnumber the clues, but the clues are there...