Book Review: “After the Funeral” by Agatha Christie
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Book Review: “After the Funeral” by Agatha Christie

The book that I am going to review today is After the Funeral by Agatha Christie. Richard Abernethie, a wealthy man, dies. After the funeral, his relatives gather in his estate as his will was going to be read. Unexpectedly Richard’s scatterbrain sister Cora makes a statement: “It’s been hushed up very nicely, hasn’t it…But … Continue reading

Book Review: “Taken at the Flood” by Agatha Christie
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Book Review: “Taken at the Flood” by Agatha Christie

Taken at the Flood is another brilliantly crafted intricate tale by Agatha Christie. Featuring our beloved Belgian detective, the book takes us into an entertaining reading journey. The book has all those elements that we generally see in Christie’s books. While the ending will not knock you down, you will definitely enjoy reading the book. … Continue reading

Book Review: “Hercule Poirot’s Christmas” by Agatha Christie
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Book Review: “Hercule Poirot’s Christmas” by Agatha Christie

What do you love the most in Christie’s books? For me, it is the ‘a-ha’ moment in the end. I love the ways by which she surprises her readers at the end of her books. In fact, her ingenious ways of surprising readers certainly have no parallels. And, this is what you experience at the … Continue reading

Book Review: “Murder at the Vicarage” by Agatha Christie
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Book Review: “Murder at the Vicarage” by Agatha Christie

Miss Jane Marple, one of the beloved female detectives, made her debut in Murder at the Vicarage by Agatha Christie. Depicted as a gossipy and inquisitive old lady snooping around the village, she is one of those sleuths people love to read. One of the characteristic features of almost all the books featuring Miss Marple … Continue reading

Murder Is Easy
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Murder Is Easy

Murder is Easy by Agatha Christie was first published in the UK on 5 June 1939. One of the well-established Christie characters, Superintendent Battle (an intelligent and successful officer of Scotland Yard) makes an appearance at the end of this book. However, his appearance can be termed as a cameo appearance as he does not … Continue reading

A Little Crooked House: Agatha Christie’s Twisted Tale
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A Little Crooked House: Agatha Christie’s Twisted Tale

Crooked House by Agatha Christie is one of her standalone novels. You will not find her well-established sleuths (Hercule Poirot, Miss Marple, Tommy and Tuppence, and Superintendent Battle, etc.) in this novel. The book was one of Christie’s favourite books and she thoroughly enjoyed writing it. In the foreword of this book, Agatha Christie writes, “This … Continue reading