Agatha Christie

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The Clocks (The Christie Collection)

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Sad Cypress by Agatha Christie

Cover by Tom Adams. Fontana Books eighteenth impression paperback (April 1976). First published 1933.

MORE Vintage Agatha Christie Covers

Let's face it, many of us love vintage mystery covers. Can't get enough of them, in fact. I especially like running across yet another Agatha Christie title in vintage form. I just love the occasionally preposterous artwork and design. Don't you? This is my entry in the monthly Agatha Christie Carnival hosted by Kerrie Smith at her blog, Mysteries in Paradise.

My 52 Weeks With Agatha Christie

Book reviews and Author Bios when I can - but many, many pictures of great books!

Absent in the Spring

Absent in the Spring book. Read 366 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Returning from a visit to her daughter in Iraq, Joan Scudamor...

I Love South Devon - Discover South Devon in the South West of England – a wonderful region with many hidden treasures. Come and

Discover South Devon in the beautiful South West of England – a wonderful region with many hidden - I Love South Devon

St. Mary Mead

St. Mary Mead was the fictional village created by popular crime fiction author Dame Agatha Christie. The quaint, sleepy village was home to the renowned detective spinster Miss Jane Marple. The village was first mentioned in a Miss Marple book in 1930, when it was the setting for the first Marple novel, The Murder at the Vicarage. Miss Marple's St. Mary Mead is described in The Murder at the Vicarage as being in the fictional county of Downshire, but in the later novel The Body in the…

Devon - Discover Devon - Agatha Christie photo trail

The world famous crime writer had many associations with Devon. Find out more on our photo tour.

19. Hercule Poirot's Christmas (1938) - Fraser : Free Download, Borrow, and Streaming : Internet Archive

When multi-millionaire Simeon Lee unexpectedly invites his family to gather at his home for Christmas, the gesture is met with suspicion by many of the guests....

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