Series: Agatha Christie Comic Strip

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The Secret of Chimneys (Agatha Christie Comic Strip) by François Rivière1
Death on the Nile (Agatha Christie Comic Strip) by Agatha Christie2
And Then There Were None [graphic novel] by Agatha Christie3
Murder on the Orient Express [adaptation - graphic novel] by Agatha Christie4
The Secret Adversary by François Rivière5
Endless Night by François Rivière6
The Murder on the Links (Agatha Christie Comic Strip) by François Rivière7
The Murder of Roger Ackroyd (Agatha Christie Comic Strip) by Bruno Lachard8
The Murder at the Vicarage (graphic novel) by Agatha Christie9
The Man in the Brown Suit by Agatha Christie10
The Mystery of the Blue Train [graphic novel adaptation] by Marc Piskic11
Murder in Mesopotamia by François Rivière12
Ordeal by Innocence by Chandre14
Hallowe'en Party by Agatha Christie15
Cards on the Table by Frank Leclercq16
Dumb Witness by Marek17
Five Little Pigs by Miceal O'Griafa18
Peril at End House (Agatha Christie Comic Strip) by Didier Quella-Guyot19
Dead Man's Folly by Marek21
Evil Under the Sun by Didier Quella-Guyot23

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