5 Amazing Quotes by Agatha Christie – 3
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5 Amazing Quotes by Agatha Christie – 3

“Men have courage-one knows that…but they are more easily deceived than women.” (Book: Murder is Easy) “The impossible could not have happened, therefore the impossible must be possible in spite of appearances.” (Book: Murder on the Orient Express) “A beautiful stone is only a beautiful stone. It doesn’t lead you anywhere. It doesn’t mean anything, … Continue reading

5 Amazing Quotes by Agatha Christie – 1
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5 Amazing Quotes by Agatha Christie – 1

“What good is money if it can’t buy happiness.” (Book: The Man in the Brown Suit) “A Woman who doesn’t lie is a woman without imagination and without sympathy.” (Book: Murder in Mesopotamia) “People who can be very good can be very bad too.” (Book: They Do It With Mirrors) “The human face is, after … Continue reading

Book Review: ‘Endless Night’ by Agatha Christie
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Book Review: ‘Endless Night’ by Agatha Christie

My Rating**** ‘Endless Night’ is another gem by our beloved mystery queen. A powerful first-narration not only makes this book a unique among all her works, but also gives us another glimpse of Christie’s powerful writing. While writing a book in first-person narrative is not an easy task, this type of narration has its own … Continue reading

Book Review: ‘Mrs. McGinty’s Dead’ by Agatha Christie
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Book Review: ‘Mrs. McGinty’s Dead’ by Agatha Christie

My Rating*** ‘Mrs. McGinty’s Dead’ by Agatha Christie is a typical murder mystery set in the English countryside. The book has all the components that you generally find in Christie’s mysteries. You will find an intriguing murder with a number of suspects. There are twists and turns. There is your favorite Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot … Continue reading

Book Review: ‘The Sittaford Mystery’ by Agatha Christie
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Book Review: ‘The Sittaford Mystery’ by Agatha Christie

My Rating***** ‘The Sittaford Mystery’ or ‘The Murder at Hazelmoor’ is another masterpiece from the mystery queen. While readers do not rate this book higher, I found this book very appealing. Set in a remote English village under heavy snow, the storyline reveals an interesting cast of characters. These characters have been sketched so well … Continue reading

Book Review: ‘A Pocket Full of Rye’ by Agatha Christie
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Book Review: ‘A Pocket Full of Rye’ by Agatha Christie

My Rating***** It’s been a long time since I have posted anything related to Agatha Christie and you lovely readers will be wondering about my ‘Agatha Christie Reading Challenge’. Well! The challenge is on and I have been reading Christie’s books on a regular basis. This is just that I am not finding time to … Continue reading

Captain Arthur Hastings Vs Dr. John H. Watson: Similarities and Differences
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Captain Arthur Hastings Vs Dr. John H. Watson: Similarities and Differences

Agatha Christie, who was greatly influenced by the works of Sir Arthur Conon Doyle, introduced one character called ‘Captain Arthur Hastings’ in her works in accordance with the model of Sherlock Holmes’s close associate Dr. John H. Watson. She even named this character as ‘Arthur’ after the great Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Christie depicted Hastings … Continue reading

Book Review: ‘Cat Among the Pigeons’ by Agatha Christie
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Book Review: ‘Cat Among the Pigeons’ by Agatha Christie

My Rating*** As an author, Agatha Christie was more massively successful than she could ever have anticipated. One of her skills that played a huge part in her success as a crime writer was her plotting. Pick up one of her books and see yourself. Even the worst of her books has its own unique … Continue reading