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Agatha Christie Hour

by Agatha Christie

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A new collection drawn from the great range of short stories by that Queen of storytelling, Agatha Christie. Agatha Christie's short stories are often surprising to her readers. They range far wider than just whodunnits. Stories here include light comedy and occult thrillers, love stories, mystery, and suspense. This collection has been selected for a major television series, The Agatha Christie Hour, and includes one story never published before in the U.K. and Commonwealth.

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