Many thanks to those who contributed links in this Agatha Christie Reading Challenge Carnival. Do visit the participating blogs and leave comments if you have read the books. Welcome this month to some new participants.
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If you'd like to be part of the Agatha Christie Reading Challenge, it is never too late to start. Check out the other postings on this blog and my main Agatha Christie Reading Challenge postings which will lead you to the lists of titles etc. 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.
In 16 contributions, there are 10 Titles reviewed in this carnival
- THE MAN IN THE BROWN SUIT
THE SITTAFORD MYSTERY
A MURDER IN THREE ACTS
MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS
MURDER IN MESOPOTAMIA
MURDER AT THE VICARAGE (twice!)
DEAD MAN'S FOLLY
A CARIBBEAN MYSTERY
THE BODY IN THE LIBRARY
- Joyfully Retired
- MYSTERIES in PARADISE
- Art Ravels
- zhen's tofu shop
- A library is a hospital for the mind...
- The Viewspaper
- Melissa's Bookshelf
- DJs krimiblog
- JUST BOOKS
- Book Psmith
- The mental_floss Blogs
Margot at Joyfully Retired reviews THE MAN IN THE BROWN SUIT posted at Joyfully Retired. saying "This one is different from the other Agatha Christie’s I’ve read: no Hercule Poirot, no Jane Marple, no Tommy and Tuppence. This book has a completely new cast of characters, and a fun cast it is. Plenty of great dialogue, mystery, adventure, romance and surprises."
KerrieS presents Join the Agatha Christie Reading Challenge posted at MYSTERIES in PARADISE, saying, "There is now a post where you can join up to the Agatha Christie Reading Challenge "officially". Do join even if you are not going to try to read the books in order."
KerrieS reviews THE SITTAFORD MYSTERY posted at MYSTERIES in PARADISE, saying, "A spot of table turning reveals a murder has taken place six miles away in this the 11th Agatha Christie novel."
Linnea West presents Little Grey Cells Tackle Agatha's Christies Perennial Popularity posted at Art Ravels, saying, "This post deals with Agatha Christie's popularity, writing style and life, including one very odd incident."
Hercule Poirotng kai-lee reviews A MURDER IN THREE ACTS posted at zhen's tofu shop, saying, "Poirot does it again... this time with a well-planned drama and a mighty curtain. I miss the good old Captain Hastings, but at least we get to see Mr. Satterthwaite a lot in this story."
Sarah M. reviews MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS posted at A library is a hospital for the mind..., saying, "One of Christie's best as far as how clever and difficult the mystery is. But nothing eludes the famous Hercule Poirot."
Shiv Dravid presents Yes it’s the little Belgian again posted at The Viewspaper, saying "When the detective is someone like Mr. Poirot, the wait till the last page is a pleasantly intriguing one ,to say the least."
Melissa Owens reviews MURDER IN MESOPOTAMIA posted at Melissa's Bookshelf, saying, "Rated 5 out of 5 stars at Melissa's Bookshelf!"
Miss MarpleDorte H reviews MURDER AT THE VICARAGE (1930) posted at DJs krimiblog, saying "This is a real classic."
Sherrie reviews A CARIBBEAN MYSTERY posted at JUST BOOKS, saying, "Wonderful Book! Loved this one!"
BooksPlease reviews THE BODY IN THE LIBRARY posted at BooksPlease, saying, "Ejoyably puzzling mystery, solved by Miss Marple."
Book Psmith reviews THE MURDER AT THE VICARAGE posted at Book Psmith, saying, "this is the beloved Miss Marple's debut. Although she plays a large part in solving the crime, she seems like a peripheral character."
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