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Magpie Murders Anthony Horowitz Hachette 2016, pp 200, Rs 499 It says something about Agatha Christie that her formalisation of the "cosy" murder mystery is the de facto form today. A small set of people gather in a closed environment — say ... Deccan Herald, 3 days ago

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Writer Agatha Christie helped in uncovering Iraq’s ancient Nimrud timesofindia.indiatimes.com NIMRUD: Her diligence and face cream cleaned Nimrud’s most famous ivory.
 Current News India1 week ago Crime novelist Agatha Christie helped in uncovering Iraq's ancient Nimrud  Indian Express1 week ago Agatha Christie had a little-known role in Iraq's Nimrud  The Gulf Today1 week ago Writer Agatha Christie helped in uncovering Iraq's ancient Nimrud  Times of India1 week ago
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Acorn TV Announces Exclusive U.S. Premieres in January: Agatha Christie's THE WITNESS FOR THE PROSECUTION, an Acorn TV Original

Comments SILVER SPRING, Md., Dec. 7, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Called "A perfect streaming service for the Anglophile in your life" by The New York Times and winner of Best SVOD Service at the 2016 Cynopsis Digital Model D Awards, streaming service ...
 AndhraNews.net1 month ago New Agatha Christie Movie Set for U.S. Premiere on Acorn TV  World Screen News1 month ago Murdoch Mysteries Season 10 Starts This Month On Acorn TV [Spoilers]  Inquisitr1 week ago
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A very pukka murder: Indian historical crime fiction has come of age, these sleuths prove

Even as we celebrate the 125th anniversary of Agatha Christie's birth, it seems that crime fiction in India is finally coming of age The post A very pukka murder: Indian historical crime fiction has come of age, these sleuths prove appeared first on Firstpost ...
 First Post.com2 months ago

Luke McGrath: And Then There Were None (Review)

The second Agatha Christie novel on my list of books I want to read , And Then There Were None joins The Murder of Roger Ackroyd as one of the most famous detective stories ever written. Adapted many times over the years, it's her best-selling novel ...
 Huffington Post UK4 days ago Luke McGrath: The Murder Of Roger Ackroyd (Review)  Huffington Post UK2 weeks ago
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Book review: A is for Arsenic: The Poisons of Agatha Christie

IN 1921 a review of a book published by a first-time novelist appeared in The Pharmaceutical Journal , which declared: This novel has the rare merit of being correctly written. Not exactly fulsome praise but it was a cherished compliment for the ...
 MDDUS1 day ago Agatha Christie's Complete Secret Notebooks review: Too much gory detail  Irish Times1 week ago Télécharger The Essential Agatha Christie Stories: Agatha Christie s Best Sleuths Crack Twenty  Dailymotion3 weeks ago Last night's TV reviewed: Agatha's rude awakening  Brief Report.co.uk3 weeks ago
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Sister Agatha It was the end of my dreams and my life. But I never considered saying no

Sister Agatha, a former upper-class debutante, was presented to the king before being called to serve God more than 60 years ago It's more than six decades since Shirley Leach swapped her debutante's dresses for a nun's habit and changed her name to ...
 The Guardian1 week ago Meet the heiress to a fortune who gave it all up to become a nun  Brief Report.co.uk1 week ago

The week in TV: To Walk Invisible; The Witness for the Prosecution; Delicious; Maigret's Dead Man; Mrs Brown's Boys review

Sally Wainwright's Brontë sisters drama was a triumph, and a dark Agatha Christie classic was brilliantly revived, but Dawn French was badly miscast as an Italian chef To Walk Invisible (BBC1) | iPlayer The Witness for the Prosecution (BBC1) | ...
 The Guardian2 weeks ago
Irish Examiner

Agatha Christie's The Witness for the Prosecution review a world where any evil is possible

Kim Cattrall is tender and quietly desperate by turns in this expertly cast, perfectly crafted murder mystery. Plus: It's 1923. He's a poor young man, she's a wealthy widow in a Holland Park mansion. There's a jealous housekeeper and a weighty ...
 The Guardian3 weeks ago Kim Cattrall: 'There's a headstone with my name on it in Liverpool'  Irish Examiner1 month ago Kim Cattrall on her fear of Alzheimer's and why there's a headstone with her name on it in Liverpool  Irish Mirror1 month ago
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Broadway World

East Lynne Theater Company Hosts Annual Fundraiser

The afternoon soiree begins with scenes from "Witness for the Prosecution" based on the short story by Agatha Christie . Christie adapted it for the stage in 1953, and Billy Wilder directed a film version in 1957. The story revolves around the ...
 Broadway World2 weeks ago Will the latest Agatha Christie adaptation be a Boxing Day hit?  The Guardian3 weeks ago
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