Many thanks to the 16 contributors who have provided 31 blog posts for you to visit.
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- You can now join the Agatha Christie Reading Challenge too, so just click on the link and sign up. Read at your own pace, write a review on your blog, go to the Carnival collecting space and put in the URL, your details, and a comment about the post.
- Kerrie at MYSTERIES in PARADISE
- Che at From Kafka To Kindergarten
- Margaret at BooksPlease
- Becky at Becky's Book Reviews
- Martin at Do You Write Under Your Own Name?
- Norman at CRIME SCRAPS REVIEW
- Joanne at Seagreen Reader
- Nan at Letters from a Hill Farm
- Margot at Joyfully Retired
- Rishi Arora at Classic Mystery Hunt
- Yvette at in so many words....
- Michelle Miller at at The True Book Addict
- Sarah at A library is a hospital for the mind...
- Sarah Ahmad at The Book Nook
- ng kai-lee at Zhen's Summer Cafe
- Karen at Euro Crime
- Camille LaGuire at The Daring Novelist
Our tributes on Agatha Christie's birthday - September 15. posted at Agatha Christie Reading Challenge Carnival
Last month we celebrated the 121st anniversary of Agatha Christie's birth. There were 12 tributes.
Yvette presents Tuesday's Overlooked Films: Double Feature. THE SEVEN DIALS MYSTERY and WHY DIDN'T THEY ASK EVANS? posted at in so many words....
che presents The Scoop and Behind the Screen by Agatha Christie and other Distinguished Members of the London Detection Club. posted at From Kafka To Kindergarten, saying, "Two collaborative mysteries by masters of the art."
KerrieS presents Pera Palace Hotel, Instanbul posted at MYSTERIES in PARADISE, saying, "Visit room 411 where Agatha Christie is thought to have written MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS."
Michelle Miller presents Novel Glimpses (6)--The Book Thief, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Ordeal By Innocence posted at The True Book Addict.
Rishi Arora presents The Crooked House by Agatha Christie posted at Classic Mystery Hunt, saying, "Agatha Christie calls The Crooked house as her one of her personal favorites and a book that she really enjoyed writing, first published in 1949 The Crooked House is part of the non series books by Agatha Christie which means there is no popular fictional detective like Miss Marple or Hercule Poirot in this one."
Norman Price presents ENDLESS NIGHT: AGATHA CHRISTIE posted at CRIME SCRAPS REVIEW, saying, "A dark psychological tale from 1967."
sarah presents They Came to Baghdad by Agatha Christie posted at A library is a hospital for the mind..., saying, "I was definitely surprised with this novel. In my opinion it's a definite winner and a top favorite for me. I highly recommend it to those readers who are looking for a variant from the typical English countryside murder mystery or those who love a good spy tale."
Sarah Ahmad presents Ordeal By Innocence posted at The Book Nook.
Rishi Arora presents One Two buckle my shoe by Agatha Christie posted at Classic Mystery Hunt, saying, "Reading about the infallible Poirot getting scared of the dentist's chair and then taking advise from a retired home officer should be worthy enough to warrant a read. Throw in there a triple murder and political intrigue and this one goes off the charts"
ng kai-lee presents Agatha Christie?s Poirot series posted at -Zhen's Summer Cafe-, saying, "Poirot's various movie adaptations!"
Joanne presents The Murder on the Links by Agatha Christie posted at Seagreen Reader.
Margot at Joyfully Retired presents Agatha Christie: Cards On the Table posted at Joyfully Retired.
ng kai-lee presents Agatha Christie's Poirot series, Part two posted at -Zhen's Summer Cafe-, saying, "Features the lesser-known titles in her short story collection"
ng kai-lee presents Poirot series, Part three posted at -Zhen's Summer Cafe-, saying, "Featuring Yellow Iris, which is subsequently developed into the full-length novel Sparkling Cyanide. Also included is The Cornish Mystery from Poirot's Early Cases."
Nan presents Dumb Witness by Agatha Christie posted at Letters from a Hill Farm.
Karen M presents Review: The Capture of Cerberus & The Incident of the Dog's Ball by Agatha Christie read by David Suchet posted at Euro Crime, saying, "Two rediscovered short stories."
Nan presents Murder In Mesopotamia posted at Letters from a Hill Farm.
Nan presents Dead Man's Folly by Agatha Christie posted at Letters from a Hill Farm.
Sarah Ahmad presents The Mystery of the Blue Train posted at The Book Nook.
Sarah Ahmad presents Cards on the Table posted at The Book Nook.
Sarah Ahmad presents Murder on the Orient Express posted at The Book Nook.
KerrieS presents Curtain and Take My Breath Away posted at 'Do You Write Under Your Own Name?', saying, "In a late contribution to the birthday celebrations, author Martin Edwards talks about Agatha Christie's last Hercule Poirot novel, CURTAIN and how it influenced his own writing."
BooksPlease presents Evil Under the Sun by Agatha Christie: a Book Review posted at BooksPlease, saying, "Poirot solves 'a very slick crime' that was perfectly planned and timed."
Nan presents Cards on the Table by Agatha Christie posted at Letters from a Hill Farm.
Becky Laney presents A Murder on the Links posted at Becky's Book Reviews, saying, "I just loved this Hercule Poirot mystery!"
BooksPlease presents BooksPlease » Blog Archive » Taken at the Flood by Agatha Christie: a Book Review posted at BooksPlease, saying, "In Taken at the Flood Poirot is initially baffled - the case is all wrong - none of it is the right shape!"
Tommy and Tuppence
Joanne presents The Secret Adversary by Agatha Christie posted at Seagreen Reader.
KerrieS presents Review: N or M? Agatha Christie posted at MYSTERIES in PARADISE, saying, "World War II is the perfect opportunity for Christie to add to the Tommy & Tuppence series (and you may want to reflect whether they would have made another appearance without the war) but now Christie is a well established and successful novelist with 30 novels to her credit, so she doesn't wait for the war to end, but publishes N or M? while the issues it reflects are still topical.
Once you recognise that, you realise that Christie is reflecting a lot of contemporary thinking. It certainly must have made the average English reader look carefully at those around him. It is a very patriotic novel."
Camille LaGuire presents Short Fiction Recommendations: Agatha Christie posted at The Daring Novelist, saying, "Part of a larger series of recommendations of great short stories, for writers who have never read much short fiction."
KerrieS presents ACRC Update - 21 October 2011 posted at MYSTERIES in PARADISE, saying, "My calculation is that I am just on half way on my journey. I've read 44 out of an estimated 87 titles."
That concludes this edition.
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