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What are Agatha Christie's best books?

Asked by mdlukas (37points) December 1st, 2006
I just read Orient Express and really liked it. I want to read more, but there are so many to choose from.
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gailcalder's avatar
Read them all...in chronological order or jump right to THE MURDER OF ROGER ACKROYD. Also check out the DVDs of the Masterpiece Theatre productions. David Suchet, a Brit, does a masterful job as Hercule and there is an ORIENT EXPRESS, plus a movie version w. Albert Finney, I think, but not as good. Then go on to the JANE MARPLE series, also on MT.
Abby's avatar
The Orient Express is really good. but I agree with gail, all the ones i've read are awesome.
divaricatum's avatar
The 'Tuesday Club Murders' is Miss Marple short stories, where (for most) friends of Miss Marple's nephew tell of mysteries they heard about and the rest try to solve them, and fail until Miss Marple says 'So like the Vicar of Little Rodean's parlor maid' and solves the case. That is one of my favorite AC books.
omfgTALIjustIMDu's avatar
The only one i read was "ten little indians." It was REALLY good.

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