Agatha Christie - 1937 Death on the Nile

for this Agatha Christie mystery, Death on the Nile, American Mercury, ca. Mercury Mystery no. Cover illustration and lettering by George Salter.

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Double Sin by Agatha Christie. Golden Age crime fiction, US paperback edition cover.

A Holiday for Murder-- What? Agatha Christie  wrote a mystery that takes place around Christmas??? I must find this book and read it!

A Holiday for Murder by Agatha Christie. Golden Age British crime fiction, US paperback edition book cover.

Hercule Poirot's Christmas AKA A Holiday For Murder AKA Murder For Christmas -Hercule Poirot --When old Mr. Lee's throat is cut just before Christmas. His family is thrown into turmoil. Questioned and suspected of murder, everyone has a motive and the family becomes suspicious of each other, buried secrets and years of hatred rise to the surface. This will be one holiday the family won't forget.

How dreadful that the holidays should begin with a wailing scream and a deathly gurgle! Never has Poirot's mighty brain functioned more brilliantly than in Hercule Poirot's Christmas.

Agatha Christie's Mousetrap - London

The marque for the stageplay "The Mousetrap", the longest continuously running play in British theatre.

By the Pricking of My Thumbs (Tommy and Tuppence Series). - - - - I liked Tommy and Tuppence, but I found the plot kind of disturbing.

By the Pricking of My Thumbs - Agatha Christie - My first Tommy & Tuppence mystery.

They do it with Mirrors by Agatha Christie

They Do It with Mirrors by Agatha Christie, Fontana, Vintage British Golden Age crime fiction paperback cover.

Agatha Christie, who also wrote under the name Mary Westmacott, died in 1976 having written more than 70 detective novels, most famously featuring her creations Hercule Poirot and Miss Jane Marple ...

Agatha Christie novel with rare dust jacket showing Poirot for first time in 1924 sells for £40,000... and doesn't he look like Suchet?

Agatha Christie, who also wrote under the names Mary Westmacott and Agatha Christie Mallowan, had written more than 70 detective novels, most famously featuring her creations Hercule Poirot and Miss Jane Marple

A cutting from the Daily News, December 11th, 1926, showing how Agatha Christie may have disguised herself after her disappearances.

A cutting from the Daily News, December showing how Agatha Christie may have disguised herself after her odd disappearances.

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