Agatha Christie-Books

In my previous post- I listed a few of my favorite novels.  I decided to give the Queen of Mystery her own space.  After all this time, no one has surpassed her intricate plots or  stunning conclusions.  No matter how surprising the ending may be- she never cheats.  One can always look back and say,  “Oh, yes!  How did I miss that?”

And even after you’ve gotten good at figuring out, “whodunnit”- they’re always fun to read.

Ms. Christie wrote over 80 novels.

Here are a few of my favorite ones:

1. And Then There Were None- 10 strangers all accused of murder are killed one by one on a remote island

2.  The Hollow

3. A Holiday for Murder

4.  After the Funeral

5. Cards on the Table

6. Murder at Hazelmoor

7. Crooked House

8. Towards Zero

9. Ordeal by Innocence

10. Five Little Pigs

11. Easy to Kill- the killer is quite easy to spot, but this is one of her creepiest reads

12. Hickory Dickory Dock- a sentimental favorite since it was the first I read

13. Seven Dials Mystery- change-of-pace comedic mystery

14. A Murder is Announced

15. Death on the Nile

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  1. yeah i absolutely love all christie’s works!!!!!!
    i’ve read over 40 of her crime novels, but never read any one of her other novels written under her pseudonym
    some of my favourites:
    1. the mirror crack’d
    2. death in the clouds
    3. sad cypress (one of the best)!!!
    4. five little pigs
    5. and then there were none

  2. Hi f. yu,

    Thanks for stopping by! 🙂

    Have you seen the 1945 film adpation of “And Then There Were None?” It changes the ending to a more traditional Hollywood one but it’s tons of fun. Very well-made. Check it out if you haven’t seen it. (stay away from the remakes. meh)

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