Agatha Christie

AfterTheFuneralAfter the Funeral

When Richard Abernethie, the master of Enderby Hall, dies his heirs assemble at the vast Victorian mansion to hear the reading of the will. It is then that Cora, Abernethie’s sister, comes out with an alarming proposal: “But he was murdered, wasn’t he?” The next day Cora is found brutally bludgeoned to death in her home. — None other than Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot is summoned to Enderby in pursuit of the murderer. Suspects abound including a wayward nephew unlucky with women and horses, a favorite and seemingly blameless sister-in-law, two feuding nieces, a nosey housekeeper, and a disingenuous art collector.

Poirot must conjure all of his deductive powers in order to unmask the killer and his final conclusion is a brilliant and unexpected as ever. After the Funeral is classic Christie at her best.

AndThenThereWereNoneAnd Then There Were None

First there were ten–a curious assortment of strangers summoned as weekend guests to a private island off the coast of Devon. Their host, an eccentric millionaire unkonwn to all of them, is nowhere to be found. All that the guests have in common is a wicked past they’re unwilling to reveal–and a secret that will seal their fate. For each has been marked for murder. One by one they fall prey. Before the weekend is out, there will be none. And only the dead are above suspicion.

TheMurderOfRogerAckroydThe Murder of Roger Ackroyd

Hercule Poirot Book#4. Roger Ackroyd knew that the woman he loved had poisoned her first husband and suspected that someone had been blackmailing her. Now he learnt that she had taken her life with a drug overdose. The post brought Roger one last bit of information, but he was stabbed to death before he could read it.


Appointment with Death

Hercule Poirot Book#19. Hercule Poirot may be on vacation, but a killer isn’t. The victim’s a hateful tourist despised even by her own children. For the guests at the resort hotel, sympathies are with the murderer, which means a tough job for the Belgian detective.


450FromPaddington4:50 From Paddington

Elspeth McGillicuddy believes that she has witnessed a murder aboard the 4:50 train from Paddington, but only Miss Marple is willing to investigate the crime.




So pleasant in fact, she was the Anthony Award Winner for Best Series of the Century. Here she solves a crime that not only has no body, no weapon, and no suspects, but no evidence that a crime has even been committed. All Miss Marple has to go on is one single word: nemesis.



Passenger to Frankfurt

Agatha Christie is more than the most popular mystery writer of all time. In a career that spans over half a century, her name is synonymous with brilliant deception, ingenious puzzles, and the surprise denouement. By virtually inventing the modern mystery novel she has earned her title as the Queen of Crime. Curious? Then you’re invited to read…

Passenger To Frankfurt

It was an unusual predicament for Sir Stafford Nye-to awaken in a stupor after being drugged, only to find his passport stolen. There was also no trace of the fascinating woman he encountered in Frankfurt who begged him to help save her life. But Sir Stafford’s troubles are only just beginning. The target of two murder attempts, he now seeks the help of the stranger who so urgently sought his. If he can locate her. What he finds is a woman of numerous identities and twice as many secrets, who ushers him into the shadows of an international conspiracy that could well prove to be the death of them.

TheSecretOfChimneysSecrets of Chimneys

Superintendent Battle, B00k#1. A bit of adventure and quick cash is all that good-natured drifter Anthony Cade is looking for when he accepts a messenger job from an old friend. It sounds so simple: deliver the provocative memoirs of a recently deceased European count to a London publisher. But the parcel holds more than scandalous royal secrets. It contains a stash of letters that suggest blackmail–and lead to the murder of a stranger who’s been shadowing Anthony’s every move. Discovering the dead man’s identity means retracing his steps–to the rambling estate of Chimneys where darker secrets, and deadlier threats, await anyone who dares to enter.

MurderAtTheVicarageMurder at the Vicarage

Miss Marple Mysteries, Book#1. Originally wriiten in 1930, Agatha Christie’s first Miss Jane Marple mystery. — It’s a historic event in detective fiction as the unflappable sleuth’s passion for gossip-amd cheerful recognition of the worst side of human nature-leads her to a crime scene at the local vicarage. Colonel Protheroe, St. Mary Mead’s most loathed magistrate, has been found shot throught the head. But it isn’t the “pompous old brute’s” murder that raises eyebrows, but rather the scandalous secrets it exposes. Those secrets are about to put St. Mary Mead on the map-and send Miss Marple on the trail of a killer with something to hide.

TheMovingFingerThe Moving Finger

Miss Marple Mysteries, Book#4. The placid village of Lymstock seems the perfect place for Jerry Burton to recuperate from his accident under the care of his sister, Joanna. But soon a series of vicious poison-pen letters destroys the village’s quiet charm, eventually causing one recipient to commit suicide. The vicar, the doctor, the servants — all are on the verge of accusing one another when help arrives from an unexpected quarter. The vicar’s houseguest happens to be none other than Jane Marple.

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4 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. cymru
    Nov 28, 2007 @ 06:04:32

    Thank u! been looking for dis.


  2. ghosh
    Feb 01, 2009 @ 18:14:55

    i love 2 read a. christie


  3. thanks_a_lot!
    Jun 14, 2010 @ 06:17:23

    Thanks a lot! this is truly awesome.


  4. Jayadev
    Jul 09, 2010 @ 16:09:04



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