2010- Read, Agatha Christie, eBook, Helene Hanff, Nora Roberts, Oscar Wilde

Mini Reviews (5 books)

I am trying to finish off reviewing all my reads of 2010 (39 books, wow!). These 5 books were very good but I think I can talk about them in a few words because they are much- read books and I just enjoyed them a lot. But really can’t add anything more to what is already said about them.   The Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie(Hercule Poirot) Mass Market Paperback, 288 pages first published June 19th 1926 Synopsis: Village rumor hints that Mrs. Ferrars poisoned her husband, but no one is sure. Then there’s another victim in a chain of death.…

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2010- Read, Agatha Christie, suspense-thriller

Cat Among the Pigeons by Agatha Christie

Cat Among the Pigeons (Hercule Poirot Series) by Agatha Christie Mass Market Paperback, 188 pages First published in 1959 by William Collins Sons & Co. Ltd., Glasgow Synopsis: Only the finest young ladies attend Meadowbank School. Just don’t turn your back on them. Two teachers have already met with foul play. Now Hercule Poirot is set to brave the student body before anyone else meets an untimely end. 2nd Christie book and 1st Poirot book ever, and I had this sitting on my stands since 1986 ( since I was a 3 year old). Can you believe that? Absolutely, no joking.…

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2010- Read, Agatha Christie, eBook, Marple Poirot Holmes Challenge, suspense-thriller

Body in the Library by Agatha Christie

“You bet it does. Do you like detective stories? I do. I read them all and I’ve got autographs from Dorothy Sayers and Agatha Christie and Dickson Carr and H. C. Bailey. Will the murder be in the papers?” -pg. 61 What kind of person who loves crime fiction, has not read Agatha Christie? And what kind of person can’t remember the books she has read of hers long back? The answer to the last question has to be Veens. Really, I am sure I have read her books, but I have no idea which ones, and to make it…

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