Welcome to the March 23, 2010 edition of agatha christie monthly carnival.
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11 Contributors - please see the posts below for exact URLS
- MYSTERIES in PARADISE
- The Thrill of it All
- Ms. Bookish
- everything distils into reading
- PINE COTTAGE BOOKS
- Reading with Tequila
- Joyfully Retired
- Miss Lemon's Mysteries
GeneralTHE-AGATHA-CHRISTIE-READING-GROUP-GUIDE posted at MYSTERIES in PARADISE, saying, "Some questions about MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS and some general discussion questions that I came across."
BooksPlease presents Crime Fiction Alphabet W is for Why Didn?t They Ask Evans? posted at BooksPlease, saying, "'Why didn't they ask Evans?' is a dying man's cryptic question. Bobby and Frankie set out to discover who the man is and just what does Evans know - indeed who is Evans?."
Chris Well presents Agatha Christie meets Doctor Who posted at The Thrill of it All, saying, "In the 2008 episode "The Unicorn and the Wasp," the Doctor and friend Donna Noble travel back in time to meet Agatha Christie on the eve of her real-life unexplained disappearance in 1926. The episode is a clever mash-up of sci-fi and whodunit, loaded with references and allusions to Christie's works -- and is also very, very funny. (As the video clips demonstrate.)"
Agatha Christie’s Secret Notebooks posted at Ms. Bookish, saying, "I’ve read the first few chapters and it’s such a delight to see how she worked out her story ideas in her notebooks."
Hercule Poirotgautami tripathy presents Recommend me: The Murder of Roger Ackryod by Agatha Christie (Graphic Novel) posted at everything distils into reading, saying, "It is Graphic Novel!"
Jeannie presents Thirteen At Dinner by Agatha Christie posted at PINE COTTAGE BOOKS, saying, "I never get tired of reading the works of Agatha Christie!"
Jennifer presents The A.B.C. Murders by Agatha Christie posted at Reading with Tequila. "It is one of Poirot’s most challenging cases yet".
Agatha Christie: Peril At End House posted at Joyfully Retired, saying, "This is book 13 in my challenge to read all of Christie’s books in order of their publication date. I also watched the movie version of this on dvd. It starred the wonderful David Suchet as Poirot, Hugh Fraser as Hastings, Phillip Jackson as Inspector Japp, and Polly Walker as Nick Buckley. I’m also counting this as one of my Read the Book, See the Movie Challenge events."
Vanda Symon presents The Murder of Roger Ackroyd posted at Overkill, saying, "captivating and very clever story with plenty of twists and turns and red-herrings".
Miss MarpleMelinda presents A Caribbean Mystery by Agatha Christie posted at BlackSheepBooks, saying, "a good, comfortable English murder, for all its being set in another country altogether"
Short StoriesKerrieS presents PARKER PYNE INVESTIGATES posted at MYSTERIES in PARADISE, saying, "This collection contains 12 of the 14 short stories that Agatha Christie wrote that featured Mr Parker Pyne. It introduced Miss Lemon and Ariadne Oliver who later featured in Hercule Poirot stories."
The Mysterious Mr. Quin posted at Miss Lemon's Mysteries, saying, "Always appearing unpredictably and in a dazzling spectrum of light, Mr. Harley Quin's essence is best summed up thus: he comes; he goes."
Tommy and TuppenceChris Well presents Agatha Christie: Partners in Crime posted at The Thrill of it All, saying, "In her 1929 book Partners in Crime, Christie takes the opportunity to poke fun at her fellow mystery writers, all of whom were well-known to the reading public of the 1920s. Here's a list of authors and detectives parodied ..."
KerrieS presents ACRC: Short Stories, Update #7 posted at MYSTERIES in PARADISE, saying, "A record of my short story progress. How is yours going?"
KerrieS presents ACRC Update - 13 March 2010 posted at MYSTERIES in PARADISE, saying, "Every month I take stock of how far along my journey I am. Statistically speaking I'm 26% of the way! Years of reading to go. How is your journey going? Why not write a post for next month's carnival?"
That concludes this edition.
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