Author: <span>Agatha Christie</span>

The Man in the Brown Suit by Agatha Christie

The Man in the Brown Suit has been on my list to read for a while. I’ve read a lot of Agatha Christie’s, but this is a Colonel Race book, and he has never been my favorite of her characters. Honestly, I should have read it earlier. Anne Beddingfield, our …

Hercule Poirot’s Christmas by Agatha Christie

When will these older, wealthy men stop inviting their whole families, most of whom hate them or each other, to Christmas house parties? Simeon Lee is the one who’s done it this time. All his children, a grandchild none of the others know, and an old “friend’s” son, are at …

Sparkling Cyanide by Agatha Christie

I love the title Sparkling Cyanide. Christie’s titles don’t tend to be particularly noticeable, but Sparkling Cyanide stands out. It captures clearly the method of murder – cyanide in the champagne, and it’s a bit glamorous. Rosemarie died a year ago, presumably suicide. She was a beautiful woman, but her …

The Mysterious Mr. Quin by Agatha Christie

The Mysterious Mr. Quin is a collection of short mystery stories, by they’re a slight departure from Christie’s norm. Mr. Satterthwaite, is upper class, single, a man who loves his comforts and is rich enough to afford them. He enjoys life’s dramas, watching rather than participating. Satterthwaite is both the …

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