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Agatha Christie (1890–1976)

Author of And Then There Were None

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About the Author

One of the most successful and beloved writer of mystery stories, Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie was born in 1890 in Torquay, County Devon, England. She wrote her first novel, The Mysterious Affair at Styles, in 1920, launching a literary career that spanned decades. In her lifetime, she authored 79 show more crime novels and a short story collection, 19 plays, and six novels written under the name of Mary Westmacott. Her books have sold over a billion copies in the English language with another billion in 44 foreign languages. Some of her most famous titles include Murder on the Orient Express, Mystery of the Blue Train, And Then There Were None, 13 at Dinner and The Sittaford Mystery. Noted for clever and surprising twists of plot, many of Christie's mysteries feature two unconventional fictional detectives named Hercule Poirot and Miss Jane Marple. Poirot, in particular, plays the hero of many of her works, including the classic, The Murder of Roger Ackroyd (1926), and Curtain (1975), one of her last works in which the famed detective dies. Over the years, her travels took her to the Middle East where she met noted English archaeologist Sir Max Mallowan. They married in 1930. Christie accompanied Mallowan on annual expeditions to Iraq and Syria, which served as material for Murder in Mesopotamia (1930), Death on the Nile (1937), and Appointment with Death (1938). Christie's credits also include the plays, The Mousetrap and Witness for the Prosecution (1953; film 1957). Christie received the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for 1954-1955 for Witness. She was also named Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire in 1971. Christie died in 1976. (Bowker Author Biography) show less

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(nor) Agatha Christie also used the pseudonym Mary Westmacott for her non-crime romance novels.

Series

Works by Agatha Christie

And Then There Were None (1939) 21,394 copies
Murder on the Orient Express (1934) 17,257 copies
The Murder of Roger Ackroyd (1926) 10,080 copies
The Mysterious Affair at Styles (1920) 9,031 copies
Death on the Nile (1937) 8,963 copies
The ABC Murders (1936) 7,041 copies
The Murder at the Vicarage (1930) 6,224 copies
The Body in the Library (1942) 5,852 copies
Hallowe'en Party (1969) 4,726 copies
A Murder Is Announced (1950) 4,700 copies
4.50 from Paddington (1957) 4,664 copies
The Murder on the Links (1923) 4,606 copies
Evil Under the Sun (1941) 4,595 copies
Five Little Pigs (1942) 4,556 copies
Hercule Poirot's Christmas (1938) — Author — 4,497 copies
The Mystery of the Blue Train (1928) 4,494 copies
Curtain: Poirot's Last Case (1975) 4,478 copies
The Secret Adversary (1922) 4,462 copies
Cards on the Table (1936) 4,379 copies
Sleeping Murder (1976) 4,372 copies
Cat Among the Pigeons (1959) 4,212 copies
Peril at End House (1932) 4,197 copies
Appointment with Death (1938) — Author — 4,071 copies
The Moving Finger (1942) 4,040 copies
Murder in Mesopotamia (1936) 4,010 copies
After the Funeral (1953) 3,971 copies
Death in the Clouds (1935) 3,837 copies
Elephants Can Remember (1972) 3,831 copies
At Bertram's Hotel (1965) 3,826 copies
The Big Four (1927) 3,814 copies
Crooked House (1949) 3,716 copies
A Pocket Full of Rye (1953) 3,701 copies
Lord Edgware Dies (1933) 3,693 copies
Nemesis (1971) 3,668 copies
A Caribbean Mystery (1964) 3,668 copies
The Clocks (1963) 3,666 copies
The Hollow (1946) 3,590 copies
Poirot Investigates (1924) 3,563 copies
The Man in the Brown Suit (1924) 3,542 copies
Dumb Witness (1937) 3,450 copies
Sad Cypress (1940) — Author — 3,445 copies
Murder with Mirrors (1952) 3,425 copies
The Thirteen Problems (1932) 3,364 copies
One, Two, Buckle My Shoe (1940) 3,332 copies
Third Girl (1966) 3,313 copies
By the Pricking of My Thumbs (1968) 3,246 copies
Hickory Dickory Dock (1955) 3,244 copies
Three Act Tragedy (1934) 3,230 copies
Dead Man's Folly (1956) 3,179 copies
Sparkling Cyanide (1944) 3,131 copies
Mrs. McGinty's Dead (1952) 3,117 copies
Why Didn't They Ask Evans? (1934) 3,105 copies
The Secret of Chimneys (1925) 3,071 copies
Taken at the Flood (1948) 2,999 copies
Endless Night (1967) 2,989 copies
The Labours of Hercules (1947) 2,945 copies
N or M? (1941) 2,934 copies
The Sittaford Mystery (1931) — Author — 2,907 copies
The Seven Dials Mystery (1929) 2,903 copies
The Pale Horse (1961) 2,868 copies
Murder Is Easy (1938) 2,853 copies
Ordeal by Innocence (1958) 2,830 copies
Towards Zero (1944) 2,824 copies
Postern of Fate (1973) 2,810 copies
Death Comes as the End (1944) 2,798 copies
They Came to Baghdad (1951) 2,757 copies
Partners in Crime (1929) 2,707 copies
Passenger to Frankfurt (1970) 2,596 copies
The Mysterious Mr. Quin (1930) 2,411 copies
Destination Unknown (1954) 2,291 copies
Parker Pyne Investigates (1934) 2,126 copies
An Autobiography (1977) 1,920 copies
Black Coffee: Novelisation (1930) 1,892 copies
Poirot's Early Cases (1974) 1,581 copies
The Under Dog and Other Stories (1951) 1,244 copies
Double Sin and Other Stories (1961) 1,180 copies
The Mousetrap and Other Plays (1978) 1,147 copies
Miss Marple's Final Cases (1979) 1,081 copies
Spider's Web: Novelisation (2000) 975 copies
The Listerdale Mystery (1934) 939 copies
The Witness for the Prosecution [short story] (1925) — Author — 932 copies
Come, Tell Me How You Live (1946) 903 copies
Absent in the Spring (1944) 515 copies
13 Clues For Miss Marple (1966) 344 copies
Unfinished Portrait (1934) 328 copies
The Burden (1956) 326 copies
Thirteen for Luck (1961) 322 copies
Giant's Bread (1930) 320 copies
The Rose and the Yew Tree (1948) 308 copies
Miss Marple Meets Murder (1942) 274 copies
Surprise! Surprise! (1965) 260 copies
A Daughter's a Daughter (1952) 243 copies
Dead Man's Mirror (1936) 207 copies
Black Coffee (1930) 122 copies
The Mousetrap: A Play (1954) — Autor — 100 copies
Death on the Nile [2022 film] (2022) — Author — 81 copies
The Agatha Christie Hour (1982) 80 copies
Le miroir du mort (1970) 57 copies
The Million Dollar Bond Robbery {short story} (1923) — Author — 56 copies
Poems (1973) 51 copies
Het wespennest (1981) 49 copies
Mr Quinn en voyage (1972) 48 copies
Yellow Iris [short story] (1937) 46 copies
The Collected Short Stories (2002) 45 copies
The Lost Mine {short story} (1923) 36 copies
Triangle at Rhodes (1994) 35 copies
Quintuplet #07 (1971) 35 copies
Three Blind Mice (1948) 34 copies
Sinister Spring (2023) 32 copies
Strange Jest [short story] (1941) 32 copies
Quintuplet #09 (1923) 32 copies
The Dream [short story] (1937) 31 copies
Quintuplet #02 (1966) 31 copies
Quintuplet #01 (1941) 31 copies
Sanctuary [short story] (1961) 31 copies
Quintuplet #10 (1923) 30 copies
The World's Favourite (2015) 30 copies
Quintuplet #03 (1924) 29 copies
Mördergarn. (1983) 28 copies
Quintuplet #06 (1994) 27 copies
Quintuplet #04 (1983) 27 copies
Autumn Chills (2023) 26 copies
Quintuplet #08 (1972) 26 copies
Verdict (1958) 25 copies
Quintuplet #11 (1975) 24 copies
The Hollow : a play (1952) 24 copies
Murder in Mesopotamia [BBC Radio Collection] (1997) — Author — 24 copies
Quintuplet #13 (1982) 24 copies
Double Sin [short story] (1928) 24 copies
Villa Nachtigall (1974) 22 copies
Quintuplet #05 (1981) 22 copies
Il meglio dei racconti (2002) 21 copies
Miss Marple Investigates (1986) 21 copies
Poirot. Tutti i racconti (2012) 20 copies
Quintuplet #15 (1979) 20 copies
Die besten Crime-Stories (1990) 20 copies
[unidentified works] (2006) 19 copies
Wasps' Nest: Hercule Poirot (1977) 18 copies
Quintuplet #16 (1980) 18 copies
Quintuplet #17 (1981) 17 copies
Accident [short story] (1929) 17 copies
Quintuplet #18 (1983) 17 copies
The Companion [short story] (1930) 16 copies
Quintuplet #21 (1985) 16 copies
Quintuplet #12 (1985) 16 copies
Wasps' Nest [short story] (1928) 16 copies
Quintuplet #20 (1984) 16 copies
A Pot of Tea (Short Story) (2013) 14 copies
The Amazing Miss Marple (1943) 14 copies
Quintuplet #14 (1978) 14 copies
Quintuplet #19 (1987) 14 copies
The Rats: A Play (1752) 13 copies
The Patient: A Play (1963) 13 copies
The Lamp [Short Story] (1933) 13 copies
The mysterious affair at Styles ; The ABC murders (2020) — Author — 12 copies
Cards on the Table [BBC Radio Collection] (2002) — Author — 12 copies
Evil Under the Sun [BBC Radio Collection] (1736) — Author — 12 copies
Selected Stories (1989) 12 copies
SOS (1926) 12 copies
Quintuplet #26 (1992) 12 copies
The Gipsy [short story] (1933) 12 copies
Miss Marple (2021) 11 copies
The Regatta Mystery (1936) 11 copies
Miss Marple alla riscossa (1999) 11 copies
Wireless [Short story] (1926) 11 copies
Speuren naar het verleden (2002) 10 copies
The Under Dog [short story] (1926) 10 copies
Manx Gold [short story] (1930) 10 copies
Next to a Dog [short story] (1929) 10 copies
Agatha Christie, Collection (2014) 10 copies
Murders to Die For (2005) 10 copies
La signora del delitto (2002) 9 copies
Swan Song [short story] (1926) 9 copies
Go Back For Murder (1942) 8 copies
The Edge [short story] (1927) 8 copies
Rule of Three (1963) 8 copies
Poirot short stories (1994) 7 copies
Quintuplet #27 (1991) 7 copies
Quintuplet #25 (1989) 7 copies
Obras selectas. Teatro (1975) 6 copies
Mörder ahoi 6 copies
Omnibus Edition (1997) 6 copies
Delitti in palcoscenico (1980) — Author — 6 copies
2 x Christie (1983) 6 copies
The Herb of Death and Other Stories (1989) — Author — 6 copies
Meistererzählungen (1994) 6 copies
Mordet i tårnværelset (1972) 6 copies
Am falschen Draht (2004) 5 copies
OBRAS COMPLETAS (XIII) (1984) 5 copies
The Island: A Short Story (2013) 5 copies
In viaggio col delitto (1936) 5 copies
Collected Works 5 copies
The Wife of the Kenite (1922) 5 copies
Murder Under the Sun (2002) — Author — 5 copies
Neiti Marplen murhat (1985) 5 copies
Poirots problem (1990) 5 copies
Crimes de Inverno (2021) 5 copies
Obras (1962) 5 copies
Obras escogidas 4 copies
Poirot (Mixed Works) (2004) 4 copies
Agatha Christie (1990) 4 copies
Quintuplet #24 (1988) 4 copies
Remembrance (1988) 4 copies
Il sogno 4 copies
Hercule Poirot Volume 1 (2009) 4 copies
Contos do Além (2019) 3 copies
Sous la glace (2021) 3 copies
Die Weihnachts-Krimis (2012) 3 copies
Five Novels (1931-1934) (1996) 3 copies
Obras Escogidas Tomo II (1959) 3 copies
Meisterhafte Morde (2004) 3 copies
Hercule Poirot (2013) 3 copies
And then there were none (2020) 3 copies
They Do It With Mirrors (2023) 3 copies
Moving Finger (2023) 3 copies
Poirot investiga (2016) 3 copies
3x slečna Marplová (1991) 3 copies
Obras escogidas (Tomo I) (1962) 3 copies
They Came to Baghdad (1951) 2 copies
Five Novels 2 copies
Poirot Novels 2 copies
The Lie 2 copies
ZONJA E KRIMIT 2 copies
The Gypsy (Dramatised) (2010) 2 copies
Poirot sul Nilo 2 copies
Fifth Mystery Book (1944) 2 copies
O Dilema (2015) 2 copies
Wunderbare Weihnachten (2020) 2 copies
Gyilkosvadászat (2012) 2 copies
Six Stories (1991) 2 copies
Der Traum vom Glück (1999) 2 copies
The Road of Dreams (1925) 2 copies
My Flower Garden (1973) 2 copies
Miss Marple investiga (2008) 2 copies
The Tuesday Club Murders (1975) 2 copies
Dubbele filmmoord (2011) 2 copies
Crime Stories. (1996) 2 copies
Cas-ABC Murders/Birds (1983) 2 copies
Poker d'Assi (1970) 2 copies
Tutto il teatro vol. 3 (2006) 2 copies
Halloween és halál (2022) 1 copy
Assassinio a Venezia (2023) 1 copy
Sotsinenija (1990) 1 copy
Poirot nyomoz (2012) 1 copy
Rule of Thumb (2019) 1 copy
ABC (2006) 1 copy
Il rubino — Author — 1 copy
Loschina 1 copy
El inferior 1 copy
Cianuro Espumoso — Author — 1 copy
Agatha Christie's Poirot — Author — 1 copy
Various 1 copy
Agatha Christie (2006) 1 copy
12 Radio Mysteries (2016) 1 copy
3x Agatha (2012) 1 copy
A Trap for the Unwary (2019) 1 copy
Karácsonyi krimik (2018) 1 copy
Kit Agatha Christie (2011) 1 copy
Death in the Clouds [Abridged Audiobook] (2002) — Author — 1 copy
Metamorfose 1 copy
Marple Seçkisi (2015) 1 copy
Christie boxed set (1990) 1 copy
TRIPLE THREAT (1943) 1 copy
Five Great Mysteries (1979) 1 copy
The Christmas Classics (2022) 1 copy
Murder in the Studio (2019) 1 copy
Short stories (2000) 1 copy
Two Works of Agatha Christe (2007) — Author — 1 copy
Detektivní hry 2 (2018) 1 copy
Agatha Christie Detectives — Author — 1 copy
3XHercule Poirot (1985) 1 copy
Agatha Christie Mysteries — Author — 1 copy
Rolltreppe ins Grab (2000) 1 copy

Associated Works

The Monogram Murders (2014) — Creator — 1,316 copies
The Floating Admiral (1931) — Contributor — 812 copies
Closed Casket (2016) — Creator — 795 copies
The Mystery of Three Quarters (2018) — Creator — 588 copies
Marple: Twelve New Stories (2022) — Creator — 512 copies
English Country House Murders (1989) — Contributor — 489 copies
The Oxford Book of English Detective Stories (1990) — Contributor — 402 copies
The Killings at Kingfisher Hill (2020) — Creator — 377 copies
The Big Book of Christmas Mysteries (2013) — Contributor — 294 copies
Detective Stories (1998) — Contributor — 271 copies
A Treasury of Great Mysteries, Volumes 1-2 (1957) — Contributor — 265 copies
Crime Stories from the Strand (1991) — Contributor — 227 copies
A Treasury of Great Mysteries, Volume 1 (1957) — Contributor — 211 copies
The Return of Mr. Campion (1989) — Contributor, some editions — 205 copies
Ask a Policeman (1933) — Preface, some editions — 195 copies
Masterpieces of Mystery and Suspense (1988) — Contributor — 192 copies
The Allingham Minibus (1973) — Introduction, some editions — 162 copies
Six Against the Yard (1936) — Essay — 161 copies
London After Midnight : A Tour of Its Criminal Haunts (1996) — Contributor — 136 copies
Read With Me (1965) — Contributor — 129 copies
Bodies from the Library (2018) — Contributor — 126 copies
The Folio Book of Christmas Crime Stories (2004) — Contributor — 118 copies
Into the Mummy's Tomb (2001) — Contributor — 113 copies
Ten Great Mysteries (1959) — Contributor — 106 copies
Continental Crimes (2017) — Contributor — 102 copies
More Stories to Remember, Volume II (1958) — Contributor — 94 copies
Mystery Stories: An Intriguing Collection (1996) — Contributor — 89 copies
Murder for Christmas, Vol. 2 (1982) — Contributor — 87 copies
Crime for Christmas (1991) — Contributor — 86 copies
Murder on the Orient Express [adaptation - graphic novel] (1995) — Original Author; Author — 83 copies
The Big Book of Female Detectives (2018) — Contributor — 82 copies
The Mammoth Book of Great Detective Stories (1985) — Contributor — 81 copies
Great Short Tales of Mystery and Terror (1982) — Contributor — 80 copies
The Mammoth Book of Twentieth-Century Ghost Stories (1998) — Contributor — 76 copies
Lady on the Case: 22 Female Detective Stories (1988) — Contributor — 76 copies
Ross Macdonald Selects Great Stories of Suspense (1974) — Contributor — 70 copies
The Oxford Book of Detective Stories (2000) — Contributor — 69 copies
The Second Pan Book of Horror Stories (1960) — Contributor — 68 copies
A Treasury of Modern Mysteries, Volume 1 (1973) — Contributor — 64 copies
65 Great Tales of Horror (1981) — Contributor — 59 copies
More Stories to Remember, Volumes I & II (1958) — Contributor — 59 copies
Murderous Schemes (1996) — Contributor — 59 copies
14 Great Detective Stories (1949) — Contributor — 58 copies
Three Times Three: A Mystery Omnibus (1964) — Contributor — 57 copies
Tales of Detection (1940) — Contributor — 56 copies
A Century of British Mystery and Suspense (2000) — Contributor — 56 copies
Best Mystery and Suspense Plays of the Modern Theatre (1971) — Contributor — 55 copies
The Penguin Classic Crime Omnibus (1984) — Contributor — 54 copies
Death on the Nile (Agatha Christie Comic Strip) (1995) — Original Author — 54 copies
The Virago Book of Christmas (2002) — Contributor — 52 copies
Detective Duos (1997) — Contributor — 52 copies
The Mammoth Book of Thrillers, Ghosts and Mysteries (1936) — Contributor — 47 copies
The Big Four: Agatha Christie Comic Strip (2006) — Original Author — 46 copies
Realms of Darkness (1985) — Contributor — 45 copies
Bodies from the Library 3 (2020) — Contributor — 44 copies
Agatha Christie's Poirot: The Complete Series (2014) — Original stories; Original books — 43 copies
The Murder Of Roger Ackroyd (2004) — Original Author — 43 copies
Murder on the Railways (1996) — Contributor — 42 copies
The Lucifer Society (1971) — Contributor — 42 copies
65 Great Murder Mysteries (1983) — Contributor — 41 copies
The Venus Factor (Anthology 8-in-1) (1972) — Contributor — 41 copies
The Secret of Chimneys (Agatha Christie Comic Strip) (2002) — Original Author — 40 copies
The Misadventures of Sherlock Holmes (1944) — Contributor — 40 copies
The Fontana Book of Great Horror Stories (1966) — Contributor — 39 copies
The Eighth Fontana Book of Great Ghost Stories (1972) — Contributor — 38 copies
And Then There Were None (Agatha Christie Comic Strip) (1973) — Original Author — 37 copies
And Then There Were None [2015 TV mini series] (2015) — Original book — 37 copies
The Murder on the Links (Agatha Christie Comic Strip) (2004) — Original Author — 37 copies
Crooked House [2017 film] (2014) — Original Author — 36 copies
The Man in the Brown Suit (Agatha Christie Comic Strip) (2005) — Original Author — 36 copies
Death Cruise: Crime Stories on the Open Seas (1999) — Contributor — 35 copies
Dead Man's Folly (Agatha Christie Comic Strip) (2012) — Author — 35 copies
Murder in Mesopotamia (Agatha Christie Comic Strip) (1766) — Original Author — 35 copies
Ten Little Indians [1965 film] (1993) — Original book — 32 copies
Murder Intercontinental (1996) — Contributor — 32 copies
Evil Under the Sun (Agatha Christie Comic Strip) (2012) — Original Author — 31 copies
Ordeal by Innocence (Agatha Christie Comic Strip) (1756) — Contributor — 31 copies
The Secret Adversary (Agatha Christie Comic Strip) (1996) — Original Author — 30 copies
Famous Stories of Code and Cipher (1965) — Contributor — 30 copies
Murder Short & Sweet (2008) — Contributor — 29 copies
The Mystery Book (1934) — Contributor — 29 copies
The Murder at the Vicarage [graphic novel] (2008) — Original Author — 28 copies
The Great Book of Thrillers (1935) — Contributor — 27 copies
The Mystery of the Blue Train [graphic novel adaptation] (2007) — Original Author — 27 copies
The Boys' Second Book of Great Detective Stories (1940) — Contributor — 27 copies
Rogues' Gallery: The Great Criminals of Modern Fiction (1945) — Contributor — 27 copies
Endless Night (Agatha Christie Comic Strip) (2003) — Original Author — 25 copies
Sporting Blood: The Great Sports Detective Stories (1942) — Contributor — 25 copies
The Black Lizard Big Book of Locked-Room Mysteries (2019) — Contributor — 24 copies
The Case of the Crying Swallow | Nemesis (1972) — Contributor — 24 copies
Masters of Mystery: A Study of the Detective Story (1931) — Contributor — 24 copies
Trial and Error: An Oxford Anthology of Legal Stories (1998) — Contributor — 24 copies
The Great Book of Humour (1935) — Contributor — 22 copies
The Pocket Book of Great Detectives (1941) — Contributor — 22 copies
Murder at the Races (1995) — Contributor — 20 copies
A Century of Detective Stories (1935) — Contributor — 20 copies
Great detective stories (1998) — Contributor — 20 copies
Peril at End House (Agatha Christie Comic Strip) (2009) — Original Author — 20 copies
Ellery Queen's Twentieth Century Detective Stories (1964) — Contributor — 19 copies
Deadlier: 100 of the Best Crime Stories Written by Women (2017) — Contributor — 19 copies
The World's Best One Hundred Detective Stories, Volume 4 (1929) — Contributor — 19 copies
Agatha Christie's Poirot: Death on the Nile [2004 TV episode] (2004) — Original story — 19 copies
Lethal Black Book (1965) — Contributor — 18 copies
The Witness for the Prosecution [2016 TV mini series] (2016) — Original short story — 17 copies
Nightfrights (1972) — Contributor — 17 copies
Agatha Christie's Poirot: Sad Cypress [2003 TV episode] (2003) — Original Author — 16 copies
Dr. Caligari's Black Book (1968) — Contributor — 16 copies
Bodies and Souls (1963) — Contributor — 15 copies
My Favorite Mystery Stories (1960) — Contributor — 14 copies
Ghosts That Haunt You (1980) — Contributor — 14 copies
Ten Tales of Detection (1967) — Contributor — 14 copies
Five Little Pigs (Agatha Christie Comic Strip) (2009) — Original Author — 13 copies
Fifty Masterpieces of Mystery (1937) — Contributor — 13 copies
Dumb Witness (Agatha Christie Comic Strip) (2009) — Original Author — 13 copies
The Gourmet Crook Book (1976) — Contributor — 13 copies
Mehr Morde (1961) — Contributor — 13 copies
Cards on the Table (Comic Book) (2010) — Author — 12 copies
The Second Century of Detective Stories (1938) — Contributor — 12 copies
The World of Law, Volume I : The Law in Literature (1960) — Contributor — 12 copies
Agatha Christie's Poirot: The Movie Collection Set 6 (2011) — Original stories — 11 copies
Shapes of the Supernatural (1969) — Contributor — 11 copies
World's Great Mystery Stories (1943) — Contributor — 10 copies
Damas del crimen (1998) — Contributor — 10 copies
Thrills, Crimes and Mysteries (1936) — Contributor — 10 copies
A Cavalcade of Collier's (1959) — Contributor — 10 copies
The Seventeenth Fontana Book of Great Ghost Stories (1981) — Contributor — 10 copies
Witches' Brew: Horror and Supernatural Stories by Women (1984) — Contributor — 10 copies
Murder Without Tears (1946) — Contributor — 9 copies
Great Tales of Crime and Detection (1992) — Contributor — 9 copies
My Best Detective Story (1931) — Contributor — 9 copies
And Then There Were None [1974 film] (1974) — Original book — 9 copies
More Stories to Remember, Volume IV (1958) — Contributor — 8 copies
Dangerous Ladies (1992) — Contributor — 8 copies
The Haunted Dolls (1980) — Contributor — 8 copies
Miss Marple: Sleeping Murder [1987 TV movie] (1987) — Author — 7 copies
Verhalen omnibus (1967) — Contributor — 7 copies
Endless Night [1972 film] (1972) — Original book — 7 copies
A Treasury of Great Short Stories — Contributor — 7 copies
50 Classic Mystery Books (2010) — Contributor — 7 copies
5 Modern English Plays (1966) 7 copies
Detection Medley (1939) — Contributor — 7 copies
The Best Detective Stories of the Year: 1928 (1929) — Contributor — 7 copies
My Best Mystery Story (1939) — Contributor — 6 copies
Miss Marple: A Murder Is Announced [1985 TV movie] (1985) — Original novel — 6 copies
Suspense: A Treasury for Young Adults (1966) — Contributor — 6 copies
En Kriminelt god jul : femten svarte julefortellinger (2006) — Contributor — 6 copies
The West Country Book (1981) — Contributor — 6 copies
Sorte orkideer : 13 korte kriminalromaner (1988) — Contributor — 6 copies
Giant Mystery Reader (1951) — Author — 5 copies
My Best Thriller (1947) — Contributor — 5 copies
Modern Detective Stories (1996) — Contributor — 5 copies
Verdens største detektiver II (1995) — Contributor — 5 copies
Agatha's Christie's Spider's Web [1982 TV movie] (2019) — Original play — 5 copies
I delitti della camera chiusa (1974) — Contributor — 5 copies
The Big Book of Detective Stories (1935) — Contributor — 4 copies
Avon Mystery Story Teller (1946) — Contributor — 4 copies
A Gathering of Ghosts: A Treasury (1970) — Contributor — 4 copies
Verdens største detektiver I (1995) — Contributor — 4 copies
Best Detective Stories, Second Series — Contributor — 4 copies
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine - 1954/11 — Contributor, some editions — 4 copies
Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine - 1976/10 (1976) — Contributor — 3 copies
London After Midnight: A Conducted Tour, Part 2 (1996) — Contributor — 3 copies
Mørkets gjerninger : 21 hårreisende kriminalhistorier (2001) — Contributor — 3 copies
Agatha Christie - Poirot Collection 03 [3 DVDs] (2007) — Original books — 3 copies
The Fourth Mystery Bedside Book — Contributor — 3 copies
Suspense, April 1959 [Vol. 2, No. 4] (1959) — Contributor — 3 copies
Great Stories of Detection (1960) — Contributor — 2 copies
The Detective in Fiction: A Posse of Eight — Contributor — 2 copies
Stories of Horror and Suspense: An Anthology (1977) — Contributor — 2 copies
Suspense, August 1958 [Vol. 1, No. 1] (1958) — Contributor — 2 copies
Best Stories from Ellery Queen's Mystery Magazine (1944) — Contributor — 2 copies
Mystery and Adventure Stories (1937) — Contributor — 2 copies
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Legal name
Mallowan, Agatha Mary Clarissa Miller Christie
Other names
Miller, Agatha Mary Clarissa (birth name)
Christie, Agatha (pseudonym and married name)
Westmacott, Mary (pseudonym)
Mallowan, Agatha Christie (pseudonym and married name)
Birthdate
1890-09-15
Date of death
1976-01-12
Burial location
St Mary's Churchyard, Cholsey, Oxfordshire, UK
Gender
female
Nationality
UK
Country (for map)
England, UK
Birthplace
Torquay, Devon, England, UK
Place of death
Wallingford, Oxfordshire, England, UK
Cause of death
natural causes
Places of residence
Sunningdale, Berkshire, England, UK
Occupations
novelist
short-story writer
playwright
pharmacy technician
nurse
Relationships
Mallowan, M. E. L. (2nd husband)
Prichard, Mathew (grandson)
Organizations
The Detection Club
Voluntary Aid Detachment
Awards and honors
Dame of the Order of the British Empire (1971)
Commander of the Order of the British Empire (1957)
MWA Grand Master (1955)
Archie Goodwin Award (2005)
Fellow, Royal Society of Literature (1950)
Short biography
Dame Agatha Mary Clarissa Christie, Lady Mallowan, DBE (née Miller; 15 September 1890 – 12 January 1976) was an English mystery writer . She also wrote the world's longest-running play, The Mousetrap, which was performed in the West End from 1952 to 2020, as well as six novels under the pseudonym Mary Westmacott. In 1971, she was appointed a Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE).

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I think it must be not much short of fifty years since I first read this novel. I went through a phase of reading Agatha Christie almost obsessively in early adolescence, one after another with no other books in between. As a consequence, a lot of the less well-known ones have merged together in my mind, and I had very little recollection of this one.

I also realise now that I took very little notice of Ms Christie’s style, completely overlooking some of her social observations, and the extreme brutality of some of the characters’ attitudes. For instance, we tend to think of Miss Marple as a rather dotty, gentle old lady, but in the books that feature her she actually comes across as a steely character, with a sharp appetite for justice, however it might be rendered. In this book (which doesn’t feature one of Christie’s regular sleuths), one of the victims is a young boy about whom everyone is agreed that the village is a better place without him.

The story opens with a chance encounter on a train between Luke Fitzwilliam, who has just returned to the United Kingdom having retired from a career as a policeman out in the Far East, and Miss Pinkerton, an elderly lady with a desire for earnest conversation. Miss Pinkerton is on her way to London to visit Scotland Yard, to seek advice and help over a series of deaths that have occurred in the village where she lives. She is convinced that they were murders, and that she knows who is responsible. They part at the station, and Luke dismisses her as an entertaining but rather dotty travelling companion, and expects never to hear any more about her. However, by chance he reads an account of a hit and run incident outside Scotland yard in which it transpires that Miss Pinkerton had been the fatally wounded victim. Being at a loose end, with little better to do, Luke decides to visit the village, and investigate further.

I enjoyed rereading this, and for once actually guessed the murderer. I wouldn’t rank it in the forefront of Christie’s canon, but it was well constructed, and the plot was plausible
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fivelrothberg | 423 other reviews | May 28, 2024 |
I have already recorded a review of this novel here.

I am re-reading it this time for discussion with my U3A Agatha Christie group.

I ma pleased to see that this time around I have actually rated the novel a tad higher - perhaps because I am now 10 years older, and have a better appreciation of aging and of the fragility of memory in particular.

I haven't necessarily repeated comments that I made in the earlier review.

Please be aware that there may be mini-spoilers in what now follows.

To solve a cold case (15 years before) where a husband and wife were assumed to have committed suicide, the sleuths decide to contact "elephants" - elderly people who may have known the couple in the past or may have heard rumours/gossip about them.

Ariadne Oliver visits many of these "elephants", including her own Nanny, and raises the tragedy in conversation to see what these people know. As she says, many of these don't actually know anything for certain, have even made up scenarios to fit what they have heard, but they have heard stories, details unconfirmed. Gradually, for the reader, a picture emerges, but really Mrs Oliver doesn't "see" it.

Ariadne is quite systematic in her investigation. She goes back through her old address books and tracks down people she hasn't seen for years. An interesting picture emerges of the life that Ariadne has led too.

Hercule Poirot mainly exercises his little grey cells. Ariadne frequently reports to him with what she has found out. He mainly pulls strings to contact ex-policemen who worked on the case at the time. He even makes a flight to Geneva when he realises there are 2 people who know more they have revealed. All becomes clear.

Some critics have cruelly suggested that Christie has Alzheimer's or similar when she wrote this. They cite a reduced vocabulary, repeated phrases etc. I think it is more that Christie is trying to emulate how elderly people talk and how they reminisce in a sort of rambling way. They become uncertain about what they once knew and have a tendency to embroider on what they can remember.

My interest in Christie is always on how she comments on social issues. At the time of writing the book she was 82, and there are lots of comments about aged care, reduced circumstances, nursing homes, and even how mental health issues are being handled.

I don't think the plot is strengthened by the wimpish characters that Celia Ravenscroft and Desmond Burton-Cox turn out to be.

However when you bother to look at it in depth, the plot is quite intricate and the various threads raise a lot of issues: the nature of community and individual memory, love, age, the effectiveness of psychiatric treatments etc. Ariadne Oliver and Hercule Poirot are themselves aging (this is their last case together, in fact, for both of them, their last cases), and I think they put a surprising amount of energy into this investigation.

I hope I haven't spoiled your reading of it!
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smik | 63 other reviews | May 27, 2024 |
I enjoyed 'They Do It With Mirrors' more for its tone and its characters than for the mystery, although the mystery is a pretty good one.

I was inclined to like this book because it's a Miss Marple mystery. I find them much easier to slip into than the Poirot mysteries. Jane Marple feels more like a real person to me than Hercule Poirot. Where Poirot is driven by a mixture of ego, curiosity and his sometimes fickle notions of justice, Marple simply sees the worst in people and does what she can either to prevent the bad acts or hold those who commit them accountable. Poirot solves puzzles. Marple sees people. Poirot grandstands. Marple stands in the shadows and watches.

I liked the character of Carrie Louise, a woman who everyone claimed to hold in high affection but who very few people really saw. I loved that the plot hinged on Carrie Louise being regarded as woman too fragile to be confronted with unpleasantness and as so otherworldly that she didn't understand reality, when the truth is that she sees people as clearly as Jane Marple does but she approaches the world with a little more hope. Still, hope is probably easier to sustain when you are wealthy and your social position is unassailable.

Jane and Carrie Louise are old friends, although old friends who have not met for many years. I liked the way they related to one another. I particularly liked that Jane Marple's relationship with Carrie Louise led her to understand that sometimes its necessary not only to listen to other people but to imagine that they might be right.

I was intrigued by the glimpses and hints at who Jane Marple was when she was young. She and Carrie Louise and Ruth were all at school together, which, given how wealthy the other two were, was surprising. The three also seem to have been firm friends. Ruth still actively seeks Jane out. All of which made me wonder what happened to Jane Marple in between being a vibrant young girl and becoming a white-haired spinster lady with a talent for making herself invisible? Whatever it was, Jane never speaks of it nor does she seem to mourns it, at least not in the books that I've read so far.

It was nice to see Agatha Christie allowing the police in this book to be competent. They didn't need to be rescued by The Great Detective. They acknowledged that Miss Marple wasn't the innocent old lady she is often assumed to be and engaged with her in a way that didn't undermine their authority and which allowed her to work unnoticed.

The mystery was fun, mostly because Agatha Christies was playing games with her readers. She told me very early on, that this book was explicitly about misdirection and yet she still managed successfully to misdirect me several times starting by playfully setting me up to expect a locked-room murder and then delivering something quite different.

I recommend the Emilia Fox audiobook version of 'They Do It With Mirrors'. Emilia Fox does a great job. The sample I heard of the Joan Hickson narration sounded flat by comparison.
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