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Book review: A is for Arsenic: The Poisons of Agatha Christie

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 ... MDDUS, 5 days ago
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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 UK1 week ago Luke McGrath: The Murder Of Roger Ackroyd (Review)  Huffington Post UK2 weeks ago
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Writer Agatha Christie helped in uncovering Iraq’s ancient Nimrud 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 Express2 weeks ago Agatha Christie had a little-known role in Iraq's Nimrud  The Gulf Today2 weeks ago Writer Agatha Christie helped in uncovering Iraq's ancient Nimrud  Times of India1 week ago
Huffington Post UK

Christmas TV: Some Familiar 'Bake Off' Faces, Plus 'Sherlock', Agatha Christie Top BBC Schedule

Some familiar faces will be returning to screen. The Great British Bake Off will be returning to screens via the BBC, for a final two festive episodes ahead of its move to Channel 4. It will be business as usual in the tent. Mel and Sue will host, ...
 Huffington Post UK1 month ago Christmas TV guide 2016: What to watch on Boxing Day including GBBO, Outnumbered and films  Brief month ago 'Great British Bake Off', 'Sherlock', 'Agatha Christie' And More Top BBC Christmas Schedule Highlights  Huffington Post UK1 month ago BBC Christmas Schedule Sees 'Bake Off' Favourites, 'Sherlock' Plus These Familiar Faces  Huffington Post UK1 month 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
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
Melbourne Age

On the Blue Train: Agatha Christie's disappearance

Fiction On the Blue Train KRISTEL THORNELL ALLEN & UNWIN, $29.99 Novelists tend to lead boring lives that is the literary biographer's tragedy. The long hours of crafting leave little time for shenanigans: they live more in their head and on ...
 Melbourne Age4 weeks ago On the Blue Train  Weekly Times Now1 month ago

Teams with best goalkeepers likely to decide title race

LONDON The Premier League title race is becoming a little like an Agatha Christie play. Initially there are six suspects, then one by one they disappear for whatever reason. The half a dozen clubs we thought would compete in the most exciting ...
 Japan Times1 month ago

Sarah Phelps on writing EastEnders sex scenes and shaking up Agatha Christie

Last Christmas, she rocked the cosy hatpin world of Agatha Christie adaptations with a blast of sex, drugs and savagery. What is the writer planning for this year's whodunnit? And will we ever see her adult EastEnders? On Boxing Day last year, the ...
 The Guardian1 month ago The Witness For The Prosecution Part 1 Review: A gritty and chilling adaptation  Brief weeks ago
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