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Marple: Twelve New Stories

While Agatha Christie eventually grew tired of Hercule Poirot, describing him as ‘an egocentric creep’ and devising a deeply divisive ending for him, she retained her affection for the far more personable Miss Jane Marple. From her first appearance in The Tuesday Night Club, a…
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PBS puts Agatha Christie in the spotlight

She’s the undisputed queen of crime, the most successful fiction writer of all time and her books have sold over a billion copies in English and a billion in translation – but what made Agatha Christie tick? Two new documentaries about to premiere on US-based PBS may…
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A Different Kind of Evil

Written by Andrew Wilson — The resurrection of Agatha Christie began last year with the publication of A Talent for Murder, a book which offered an alternative explanation for Christie’s well-documented ‘lost’ 11 days in December, 1926. A Different Kind of Evil begins in January…
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